"The whole movement of life is learning" (Krishnamurti). "To be an act of knowing, then, the adult literacy process must engage the learners in the constant problematizing of their existential situations" (Freire). "Once you learn to read, you will be forever free" (Douglass). "I can learn anything I have the desire to learn" (White, S.G.).

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Great wrap up for the year!

Great wrap up for the year!

As I read Sylvia Clute’s literature I automatically think of all of the themes we have visited in class. I noticed the following themes we have seen previously:
• Question the system
• Knowledge of the cultural aspects of the workplace unveiled the “common sense”
• Multiple definitions for one concept and how the definition impacts the consumer
• Utilization of the “common sense” to enhance current processes

I am sure there are many more themes. Although I tend be analyzing and finding themes in everything I read, I feel “empowered” by my new knowledge. I am privileged to have participated with you all in this class. Thank you!



  1. It was great learning from you, too, Shannon! I loved having a Capital One peer who spoke my language in class. :) I think your analytical skills will serve you very well in this program.

  2. I can't wait to see you this summer, Shannon!


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