To teach in a way that leads. Pedagogy is always ideological and political.
The ways that cultural production functions as a form of education, as “it generates knowledge, shapes values and constructs identity … cultural pedagogy refers to the ways particular cultural agents produce … hegemonic ways of seeing” (Kincheloe & McLaren, 2000, p. 285; McLaren, 1999, p. 441).
To performatively disrupt and deconstruct these cultural practices in the name of a “more just, democratic and egalitarian society” (Kincheloe & McLaren, 2000, p. 285).
Denzin, N., Lincoln, Y., & Smith, L. (2019). Handbook of Critical and Indigenous Methodologies. https://doi.org/10.4135/9781483385686. p. 7-8
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