Algava argues that twentieth-century constructivist pedagogies are not sufficient to fulfill progressive education's inherently political, activist and democratic potential. She calls for a culturally sustaining progressive pedagogy that critically engages questions of power with both children and teachers.
Algava, A. (2016). Beyond Child-Centered Constructivism: A Call for Culturally Sustaining Progressive Pedagogy. Occasional Paper Series, 2016 (35). Retrieved from http://educate.bankstreet.edu/occasional-paper-series/vol2016/iss35/5
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