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Educational Psychology: Meaning Making for Teachers and Learners

Inspired by the contributions of Vygotsky, Freire, and a host of post-modern, feminist, and critical educators, Educational Psychology: Meaning Making for Teachers and Learners is a collection of writing dedicated to individual learners and seeking to create a collective, egalitarian enlightenment. This educational psychology series strives to involve the best of today’s researchers and practitioners in a dialogue dedicated a mutual educational and cultural advantage for both teachers and learners. Looking to stimulate and promote positive changes in the pedagogy and practice of learning, Educational Psychology: Meaning Making for Teachers and Learners seeks contributions from writers who are both proffering solutions and are proud to have their voices heard.