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Turning Teaching Inside Out A Pedagogy of Transformation for Community-Based Education,9781137343024

Turning Teaching Inside Out A Pedagogy of Transformation for Community-Based Education

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Format: Hardcover
Pub. Date: 12/18/2013
Publisher(s): Palgrave Macmillan
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Summary

The Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program brings campus-enrolled and incarcerated students together as classmates in postsecondary courses built around dialogue, collaboration, and experiential learning. Contributors to this book consider the broader lessons that Inside-Out provides for community-based learning praxis, prison education and postsecondary teaching in general, both on campus and in community settings. An international network of practitioner-scholars probe the challenges and contradictions inherent in community-based work, but especially charged in the prison setting: the intersections of race, class and gender, and the tensions between teaching and activism, evaluation and advocacy, and compromise with and resistance to oppressive and dehumanizing systems. At a time when many in the Academy are seeking to deepen the impact of the community-based learning initiatives on their campuses, Turning Teaching Inside Out offers a model.

Author Biography

Simone Weil Davis is Coordinator of Inside-Out Canada, based at Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada.
 
Barbara Sherr Roswell, Founding Director of the Goucher Prison Education Partnership, has been teaching writing at Goucher College in Maryland, USA, since 1983.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction: Radical Reciprocity: Civic Engagement from Inside Out; Simone Weil Davis and Barbara Roswell
PART I: ORIGIN TALES: SEEDING AND BUILDING A PROGRAM
2. Drawing Forth, Finding Voice, Making Change: Inside-Out Learning as Transformative Pedagogy; Lori Pompa
3. Inside-Out in Oregon: Transformative Education at the Community Level; Melissa Crabbe
4. Death of a Street Gang Warrior; Paul Perry
PART II: EXPANDING TEACHING AND LEARNING
5. What the World Needs Now; M. Kay Harris
6. Liberation from University Education: A Lesson in Humility for a Helper; M. Kay Harris
7. The American Educational System: Abuses and Alternatives; K.D.A. Daniel-Bey
8. Opened Arms, Eyes and Minds; Charles Boyd
9. Full Circle: A Journey from Students to Trainers; Mario Carines
10. Teaching Itself: A Philosophical Exploration of Inside-Out Pedagogy; Gitte Butin
PART III: PRODUCTIVE INTERSECTIONALITY: NAVIGATING RACE, PLACE, GENDER, AND CLASS
11.Roundtable: From Safe Space to Brave Space: Strategies for the Anti-Oppression Classroom; Shahad Atiya, Simone Weil Davis, Keisha Green, Erin Howley, Shoshana Pollack, Barbara Roswell, Ella Turenne and Tyrone Werts
12. Being Human; Erin Howley
13. Breaking Through 'Isms'; Ella Turenne
14. Trusting the Process: Growing Self-Reflective Capacities Behind the Prison Walls; Kayla Follett and Jessie Rodger
PART IV: TRANSFORMATION?: CONNECTION AS CATALYST
15. Turned Inside Out: Reading the Russian Novel in Prison after Levinas; Steven Shankman
16. Look at Me!; Tony Vick
17. Access for Whom? Inside-Out's Opening Door; Tyrone Werts
18. The Reach and Limits of a Prison Education Program; Simone Weil Davis
19. Transformative Learning in Prisons and Universities: Reflections on Homologies of Institutional Power; Kristin Bumiller
20. Access or Justice? Prison College Programs and Transformative Education; Gillian Harkins
PART V: YARDSTICKS AND ROADMAPS: ASSESSING CHANGE
21. Alchemy and Inquiry: Reflections on an Inside-Out Research Roundtable; Sarah Allred, Angela Bryant, Simone Weil Davis, Kurt Fowler, Phil Goodman, Jim Nolan, Lori Pompa, Barbara Roswell and Dan Stageman
22. Relational Learning and the Inside-Out Experience ; Sarah Allred, Nathan Belcher and Todd Robinson
23. Evaluating the Impact of Community-Based Learning: Participatory Action Research as a Model for Inside-Out; Angela Bryant and Yasser Payne
PART VI: LEANING INTO THE FUTURE: HELPING CHANGE ENDURE
24. Inside-Out as Law School Pedagogy; Giovanna Shay
25. Teaching the Instructors; Matt Soares
26. Beyond 'Replication': Inside-Out in Canada; Simone Weil Davis
PART VII: CLOSING CIRCLE
27. Preconceived Notions; Nyki Kish
28. Barriers Comin' Down; Damien and Shawn
29. Essence of Inside-Out; Lori Pompa
Appendices

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