Registration for the 2015 International Pedagogy & Theatre of the Oppressed Conference is now open! Click through for more information on pre-conference events, conference housing options, and more!
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Join PTO President Katherine Burke for a two-day Theatre of the Oppressed workshop in Fairlawn, Ohio! With no fee, this is an exciting opportunity to learn philosophies and practices working toward social and economic justice!
Michael Rohd facilitates Devising Civic Practice: Theatre, Participation and Dialogue, sponsored by the Teachers’ Guild, Department of Education at Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Georgia on April 3, 2015! Come join one of our first regional PTO events!
At the Intro to Pedagogy of the Oppressed workshop, participants shared their collective knowledge about Paulo Freire’s ideas and philosophies. We thought about Paulo Freire’s lived experiences that helped crystallize ideas of PO (“I’m not stupid, and neither are you. We are hungry, malnourished, and living in poverty.”) We traced …