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Bricolage for K12 and Beyond

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Learning the Multidimensional Critical Complex Bricolage to Apply In Our Everyday Lives

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Teaching the Multidimensional Critical Complex Bricolage to Children
Coming soon: An interdisciplinary curriculum to teach children bricolage in ways that draw out their creativity and help them produce their own knowledge products to share. Having used this process in various ways in the past, I know how much children love to create. Traditional education shuts off their creative abilities, whereas bricolage allows their creativity to "spring forth" and blossom.
Generally, I will not be categorizing these by age or ability levels. Most activities are geared for any level and are easily adjustable for or by the students. Many lessons, courses, and popular theme-based activities will be posted just as soon as I have the opportunity.


CRITICAL LITERACY (Reading, Writing, Thinking; Philosophy; Critical Analysis; Critical Psychology of Complexity; Critical Science of Complexity; Consciousness Construction)

RESEARCH AS A PROCESS FOR LEARNING (Teachers as Researchers; Students as Researchers; Multidimensional Critical Complex Bricolage as a Learning Process)


If you're interested in vocational education or teaching, Joe has written two excellent and timeless books for this purpose. One is How Do We Tell the Workers and the other is Toil and Trouble. I'll expand on these topics and ways to apply his work for parents and new teachers in the future.

In the future, we will have a database of photographs available for free and open source use.

Big Deal-Catch Up 
“As a child I wanted so desperately for magic to be real. I would work for hours collecting what I hoped were just the right combination of ingredients to make some type of magic potion that would provide me with special powers….I found such magic in words viewed in a postformal matrix and I observe and practice that magic everyday.” (Kincheloe, 2006, Reading, Writing, Thinking, p. 13)
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