Paulo Freire V.S. Favorite Teacher Out of all the teachers I have had throughout school one of them sticks out to me way more than the rest, as far as begging my favorite goes. His name was Mr. Austin, he is an eighth and tenth grade history teacher. When he taught he made the class very fun, interesting and educational. Paulo Freire thought that education should be an interactive and learning experience for both the teacher and the student, and not just the teacher depositing information into the
Education can present itself in everyday life experiences, for instance, what a child learns from parents or siblings growing up, or the decisions made as a grown up. As humans, our knowledge does not entirely come from what we learn in school, because there is only so much that we can be taught through the education system. Learning has to do with expanding our minds and stepping out of our bubbles because sometimes what we learn in the streets better prepares us to adapt to our everyday lives.
Story Theory is a middle-range theory put forward by Mary Jane Smith and Patricia Liehr in 1999. They believe that stories are an essential part of nursing practice. They believe that stories are just as important to diagnose and treat as the physiologic bodily responses of the patient. In fact, often it is the stories that clarify and give meaning to the measurements of physiologic response. Smith and Liehr posit that all nursing encounters take place within the framework of a story. Story