Pedagogy in Process.


Pedagogy In Process:The Letters to Guinea Bissau presents a firsthand account of the most comprehensive attempt yet to put into practice Paulo Freire’s concept of education within a total societal setting.During 500 years of colonial rule, Guinea-Bissau on the West African coast had only 14 university graduates;and when the Portuguese withdrew in 1974,90% of the adult population was illiterate.As a result, the new government faced an enormous task if it were to take educating its citizens seriously.And so,they invited Freire to collaborate in what was literally a grass roots literacy campaign.

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H/b in nice clean boards, silver to spine,in v/g printed d/w.Size 9×6 pp 178 inc,letters and notes.plates,Hinges strong, Binding tight (suggest unread), Textblock clean and bright throughout.No staining, browning or foxing,in all aspects a v/g allmost fine copy


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