Pedagogy of the Oppressed is considered the most comprehensive and important work of Paulo Freire. Translated into over 20 languages, became a reference for understanding the practice of a liberating and progressive pedagogy. In it are the themes that underpin the design of Freire: consciousness revolution, dialogue, cooperation, among others. The pedagogical practices establish different ways of transmitting knowledge, especially through dialogue between teachers and students. After lengthy analysis of such educational activities, the author Paulo Freire has built a framework of new concepts in education, in order to develop methods that provide for implement of an education and critical questioning of reality. The transformative power of education practices becomes increasingly fruitful for both the internal development of countries and for the pacification of relations established internationally. Building a community more cooperative and less litigious, whether Brazilian or global terms, particularly a demand-oriented teaching tolerance and respect for differences interactions.
Bloom vs. Freire
Paulo Freire (1922-1997) falls between those educators who are committed to the fight in defense of a humanizing education. Emblematic figure in the Brazilian educational scenario, Paulo Freire transmit to posterity a relevant intellectual production, whose work Pedagogy of the Oppressed, consisting of 184 pages, first published in 1967 and now in its 38th year, is proof of that.
Allan David Bloom was an American philosopher, essayist and academic. Bloom's work is not easily defined, yet there is a thread that links all of his published material. Allan Bloom was a philosopher, primarily concerned with preserving the philosophical way of life for the future generation. As, Bloom recognized the complementarily of affective and psychomotor domains, although the descriptions he has made today seem so superficial. Above all, its classification of the cognitive domain into six levels of complexity is a simple way to represent the activities of thinking for students and parents. It balances very well the relationship between knowledge (memory, comprehension, application) and skills (application, analysis, synthesis, evaluation) that many parents are worried since the advent of reform .
In Pedagogy of the Oppressed (1970), Freire differentiates between the two positions in an unjust society, the oppressor and the oppressed. Although there is no direct reference in his published work, the theory of oppressor and oppressed nations stems back to Lenin's thought on imperialism, self-determination and criticisms of Social Democrats.
Taxonomy of educational objectives, also known as Bloom's Taxonomy is a classification of the different objectives and skills that educators can offer its students. The idea came at a meeting of the American Psychological Association in 1948 to facilitate communication and exchange of materials between examiners. Benjamin Bloom, educational psychologist at the University of Chicago, led the commission. The resulting scheme was propose by this researcher in 1956 and included three "domains": Cognitive, Affective and Psychomotor, but only the first two were initially developed.
Bloom's works reveal a direct connection between the two types of expression, which reflect his view of philosophy and the role of the philosopher in political ...