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Educator, author, philosopher, activist

“As a humanist, [Maxine Greene] calls for self-reflectiveness, wide-awakeness, and personal transformation within the context of each person’s own lived world – each one’s particular landscape of work, experience, and aspiration.” (Janet L. Miller, Introduction to Landscapes of Learning)

"At the very least, participatory involvement with the many forms of art can enable us to see more in our experience, to hear more on normally unheard frequencies, to become conscious of what daily routines have obscured, what habit and convention have suppressed." - Maxine Greene
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Read the article Metaphors and Responsibility by Maxine Greene published by the Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute.

Read a synopsis on the educational theory of Maxine Greene by Rosalie P. Shaw

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