REINTERPRETING FREIRE’S ESSAY ON THE BANKING MODEL OF EDUCATION BY USING TYLER’S MODEL OF CURRICULUM
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Keywords

Banking Model of Education
Curriculum
Oppression
Pedagogy
Learning Experiences
Conscientization
Problem Posing Education

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Sultan, S. . (2016). REINTERPRETING FREIRE’S ESSAY ON THE BANKING MODEL OF EDUCATION BY USING TYLER’S MODEL OF CURRICULUM. Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 55(1), 27–39. https://doi.org/10.46568/jssh.v55i1.88

Abstract

The banking model manufactures human consciousness that is easy to control. It programs individuals to accept and believe in a false concept of reality so that they fail to perceive the connection between human action and their immediate and higher social reality. In this way, it creates submissive subjects for the order of oppression. The oppressed are conditioned and incapable of perceiving the truth. Their critical and creative thinking potential is systematically annulled. This paper aims to reinterpret Freire’s essay on “the Banking Model of Education” using Tyler’s model of curriculum to uncover the practices of the educators at every level of the oppressor-controlled educational system. As Tyler’s model is often termed as a “Product model”, its framework can be useful in analyzing the banking model, which is purely productoriented, to achieve deeper understanding of the process which the banking model adopts to produce a certain type of psyche that can ensure the survival of oppression.

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