Joe Kincheloe's Critical Complex Epistemology/Pedagogy & Multidimensional Critical Complex Bricolage

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VENUS & SANAT KUMARA'S ONE LOVE PATH
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Critical Complex Entrepreneurial Bricolage
Fun Stuff-Hermes Style
Raising the Bar for Radical Love
The Music's In Me
Philosophical Dimension & Indigenous Knowledges
Critical Complex Epistemology
Critical Symbiotic Hermeneutics
Critical Psychology of Complexity
The Multidimensional Critical Complex Bricolage
Interpretive and Methodological Processes
Bricolage for K12 and Beyond
Critical Literacy
Critical Analytic Reviews
Bricolage Research Dissertation
On to the 11th Dimension
Fourth Dimension Research
Critical Science of Complexity
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These courses are designed to help you develop a working understanding of Joe Kincheloe's works--his philosophy, processes for learning and teaching, his research bricoloage, and ways they can be applied formally and for everyday life. They can be used for your own independent learning as well as adapted for classroom and homeschool use.
 

FREE Book:
The free book, And the Band Plays On, below, is a brief introduction to how Joe uses music in his work. I think it's great to have an understanding that both love and music form an underlying foundation of his work This knowledge will keep the reader alert to his divine messages within his writings, as well as make his work exceedingly interesting to read and ponder. His use of music can be applied by teachers to customize and enhance the curriculum, no matter what the subject matter. The N.E.W. students will love it. 

And the Band Plays On: A Brief Demonstration and Analysis of Joe Kincheloe's Use of Music for Accelerated and Transformative Learning--and a Better Life

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Throughout the year, 2017, I will be primarily adding content to the course that focuses on Joe's last book, Knowledge and Critical Pedagogy: An Introduction. I will be adding content to the other courses and other areas of the website randomly as I have time to do so. Reading Writing, and Thinking 101 will cover uderstanding the importance of developing the rigorous foundational skills Joe has emphasized in his work, and practicing them so that they can be applied in the other courses.

Joe Kincheloe's GREAT WORK: Knowledge and Critical Pedagogy: An Introduction Click Here

FIRST THINGS FIRST! Reading, Writing, and Thinking 101 (A FREE JUMP-START COURSE) Click Here
 
BRICOLAGE, FIRST COURSE: Your Quick-Start D.I.Y. Guide to the Nuts and Bolts of a Powerful New Approach for Research, Learning, & Writing.
click here to download file
 
OTHER COURSES
 
Critical Pedagogy Joe’s WAY: Critical Pedagogy 101 Click Here
 
 
 
Critical Constructivism 101: A New World View
 
Critical Constructivism 102: Identity Deconstruction/Reconstruction Processes
 
City Life and Learning: Metropedagogy 101
 
Cosmology 101: The Divine Council
 
Critical Complex Bricolage101: An Introduction
 
Critical Complex Bricolage102: A Rigorous Academic Approach to Research
 
Fourth Dimension Research 101: An Introduction
 
NOTE: As the links become active the coursework is available.
Also check "Venus & Sanat Kumara's One Love Path" for periodic general updates. 
 
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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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