In this chapter, Paulo Freire juxtaposes the bank clerk educator with the libertarian humanist educator.

The Banking Concept of Education

The Banking Concept of Education

Most teachers have read Paulo Freire at length. His theories stand out in most teacher education programs. The layers of his theory and the beauty of his writing allow teachers to embrace the complexity of the act of educating the people. He believes that education must be a humanizing liberation and empowerment of the people to act authentically of their own volition.

In this chapter, Paulo Freire juxtaposes the bank clerk educator with the libertarian humanist educator. He describes a bank clerk’s teaching approach that suffers narration sickness and oppresses a pacified population in order to preserve elite domination. He dichotomizes the bank clerk educator with a humanizing style that involves a partnership between student and teacher wherein teachers and students play both roles as learners and teachers together. The teacher encourages critical thought that empowers the population to study with the world and remake the world in a continuing process.

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2. Read Paulo Freire

https://www.everettsd.org/cms/lib07/WA01920133/Centricity/Domain/947/BANKING%20CONCEPT%20OF%20ED.2.pdf
3. Create a Double Bubble Map comparing and contrasting lesson ideas and/or activities on a single topic. One side is taught from a banking concept of education perspective and the other side is taught from a humanist revolutionary education perspective.

See my model link https://ilearn.laccd.edu/courses/180495/files/28391257/download?wrap=1

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