The Wicked Problem of Pedagogy

Elizabeth Ellsworth


In this essay, Ellsworth argues that the questions and challenges of pedagogy are not problems to be solved once and for all.  It is impossible either to escape from or master pedagogy, because education itself is a contributor to and participant in the world's ongoing predicaments.  She suggests that educators activate pedagogy as a pretext and occasion for transforming "knowledge as a thing made" into "knowledge-in-the-making:" a lived event of learning that is contemporaneous with the forces acting upon us.

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