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This article undertakes a critical comparative analysis of key themes in the work of Paulo Freire and Fyodor Dostoevsky. It is suggested that despite their apparent differences, Freire and Dostoevsky share much in common. The author argues that a careful reading of both Dostoevsky's novels and...
This article raises a number of questions intended to disrupt the “banking process” that now characterizes how the ideas of Freire, Dewey, and critical pedagogy theorists are passed on to the next generation of teacher educators. These questions include: What assumptions are shared by...
This article explores the application of neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) as a framework through which to map transformative learning. This is original work that makes use of NLP as a methodology for inquiring into subjective experience. The authors outline issues in the theory of and research...
Transformative education is aimed at promoting awareness and fundamental change at the personal, relational, institutional, and global levels. In doing so, it deploys a range of techniques, processes, and practices aimed at assisting learners to “work on themselves.” Such practices, or...
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