We will now share some practices of critical pedagogy that you may find useful. Keep in mind, this list is not meant to be complete. The practices detailed are not meant to be prescriptive, and you will need to make adaptations for your own context. Consider these practices a springboard for your own enactment of critical pedagogy.
For more detail on possible education practices, please read Halman, Baker, and Ng’s article, “Using critical consciousness to inform health professions education: A literature review.”