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Power and Privilege in the Learning Sciences : Critical and Sociocultural Theories of Learning
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Critical theoretical methods have been foundational to Learning Sciences from the inception of the field. Power and Privilege in the Learning Sciences brings together contributions from scholars within and outside of education for a ground-breaking collection designed to bring the best of these frameworks to education scholars. In ten chapters, each co-written by one learning scientist and one expert in a particular theory, this book introduces key literature, adapts theory for application in education, and highlights areas of research, teaching, and scholarship that might benefit from applications. With chapters on critical pedagogy, ****** theory, indigenous worldviews, critical race theory, and more, this book is required reading for anyone in Learning Sciences.