Knowledge Vs Power

Teaching in 21stCentury

Teacher Training Workshop for Computing Educators

By Prof. Dr. M. A. Pasha

Delivered at University of Sargodha on 06 Sep, 2012

Knowledge Vs Power

  • A review of these curriculum philosophies and their associated objectives reveals that they have always been affected by the underlying socio-economic and political philosophies of the specific time slot in the course of history.
  • Bemstein(1971) argues "How a society selects, classifies, distribute and evaluate the educational knowledge it considers to be public, reflects both the distribution of power and the principle of social control." (p.41).

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