Knowledge in Higher Education from the Book "Pedagogy of Autonomy" by Paulo Freire
Keywords:Educational practice. Higher education. Knowledge
This article aims to analyze the essential knowledge for higher education described in the work Pedagogy of Autonomy of Paulo Freire (1996). Higher education must ensure professional training, but it needs to rescue the scientific and humanistic training that has been left out of teaching, which requires knowledge essential to teaching for the critical educational practice that lead learners to autonomy to transform their own reality. It consists of a bibliographical research, based on the reading of Paulo Freire's Pedagogy of Autonomy, which deals with knowledge essential to educational practice. It permeates the approach of the "being" teacher to the critical and ethical educational practice; research in the construction of autonomous and transformative thinking of reality itself. The teaching knowledge proposed by Paulo Freire allows the critical educational practice, ethics that leads to the autonomy of the student's thinking.
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