The Practice of Social Movements: Reflection and Knowledge Exchange

This course offers students and teachers the opportunity to exchange ideas and support one another in their movement work through a popular education framework.

 

Popular education is the most important tool in movement work. Popular education was developed in resistance to traditional education that sees the teacher as the knowing-subject and the student as the passive recipient of knowledge. Instead, the job of teaching is the facilitate the creation of learning communities win which teachers and students learn from each other. Teachers become teacher-students and students become student-teachers. This devolves the power away from the teacher and creates a democratic learning environment where everyone contributes equally.

Live webinars for this course will happen on Tuesdays from 12:00-2:00 pm Central (US) between September 4 to December 11, 2018. This course is taught by Paul Rogé and Zac Henson. Please write to Paul or Zac with any questions you may have.

Paul Rogé Photo
Zac Henson Photo
February 5th, 2019 10:00 AM   through   May 14th, 2019 12:00 PM
Sliding Scale Fee
Household income $90,000 and up $ 800.00
Household income $75,000-$89,999 $ 700.00
Household income $60,000-$74,999 $ 600.00
Household income $45,000-$59,999 $ 500.00
Household income $30,000-$44,999 $ 400.00
Household income $15,000-$29,999 $ 300.00
Household income $0-$14,999 $ 200.00
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