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The Popular Education and Community Organizing Collection Annotated Bibliography

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TITLE

Popular Education Handbook, A

AUTHOR

Rick Arnold and Bev Burke

PUBLISHER

OISE

YEAR

0

PAGES

MEDIA

ORDER

out of print

LANGUAGE

BOOKSTORES


ANNOTATION

This booklet was written to share the authors experiences both working in Central America from 1979 to 1982 and to a year of trying to adapt popular education in over forty workshops across Canada that they had learned in the Central American work. The contents of the book includes Chapter One: POPULAR EDUCATION - What is it; where does it come from; characteristics of popular education; what do we need to know to plan a popular education program; the overall plan or methodology; what's the role of the popular educator; CHAPTER TWO: PROGRAM EXAMPLES Introduction - Example 1: A workshop for teachers about popular education in Central America, Example 2: A workshop on working people in Canada and Central America, Example 3: A workshop on popular education for community groups; CHAPTER THREE: TOOLS FOR BUILDING A POPULAR EDUCATION PROGRAM - Introduction, Sculpturing, Socio-drama, Role Play, Drawing, Songwriting; CHAPTER FOUR: EXERCISES TO HELP THE GROUP PROCESS - Introductions/Breaking the Ice; Secret Admirer/Group Building; Tide's in - Tide's out/Relaxation and Fun; A REVIEW CHECKLIST; CHAPTER FIVE: BUILDING OUR OWN RESOURCES: WHY BOTHER? - Introduction; How to put together a slide-tape show; A list of slide-tape shows we've put together on Central America; BIBLIOGRAPHY.

NOTES

NUMBER

46

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