This essay offer insights into civic education programs and practices which attempt to bridge pedagogical divides by offering an approach to deliberative dialogue that goes beyond the classroom and into the community. This more collaborative model draws upon historical and contemporary examples of what I have termed "deliberative education in the community," and offers the promise of a different kind of politics, model of engagement, and style of education in higher education. The essay concludes with a call for a more collaborative approach to engaged teaching and learning.
Longo, Nicholas V.
"Deliberative Pedagogy in the Community: Connecting Deliberative Dialogue, Community Engagement, and Democratic Education,"
Journal of Public Deliberation: Vol. 9
, Article 16.
Available at: http://www.publicdeliberation.net/jpd/vol9/iss2/art16