Philosophy of Education in Australia. Jennifer Gore: «The Struggle for Pedagogies» and Quality of Education
This article is an encyclopedic sketch about the philosophy of education in Australia, in particular, Jennifer Gore, its leading speaker. Her works are devoted to feminist approach toward critical pedagogy. J. Gore has contributed to the advancement of «productive pedagogy» based on the principles of intellectual quality, connectedness, supportive classroom environment, and recognition of difference. The article gives a short overview of the core ideas of Gore’s book «The struggle for pedagogies: Critical and feminist discourses as regimes of truth», the fragment of which is available in translation.
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