Thursday, June 30, 2022

Tag: Education

  A Political Theorist and the Poetic Vision of a City

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Not everyone adores modernity—its urbanization, its anonymity, its implicit denaturalization. Quite often modern cities symbolize these discontents of modernity—reckless speed and heartless calculative rationality. ...

The School as a Site of Inquiry: Locating Foucault within the Classroom By Mohammad...

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The School as a Site of Inquiry: Locating Foucault within the Classroom Theory emerges from lived experience; it is futile to divorce theory and practice....

Teaching Geography the Creative Way: A Pedagogue’s Classroom Diary By Susheela Raghavan

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Teaching Geography the Creative Way: A Pedagogue’s Classroom Diary Geography is often taught as a dry discipline which requires the mechanical memorization of facts and...

Conversation With Nyla Coelho ” Education for Life, Education for Restoring the Intimacy...

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Education for Life, Education for Restoring the Intimacy with Land Why is it that in the name of ‘education’ we have lost the living contact...

Educating for a More Sustainable Tomorrow By Nimesh Ved, Radha Gopalan and Suresh Jones

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PARADIGM SHIFT Educating for a More Sustainable Tomorrow The ecological crisis is at its peak and calls us to take up the shared responsibility for transformation....

In Search of Abundance: Towards a Pedagogy of Love and Resistance

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Nationalism is a double-edged phenomenon. It is important for a creative pedagogue to distinguish its positive features from its discontents. Here is a piece that reflects on the paradoxical nature of nationalism, and pleads for a pedagogy of love and resistance.

Conversation With Prof. Amman Madan

As Professor Amman Madan converses with us and recalls the intellectual trajectory he has passed through we realize the significance of the role he plays as a pedagogue. His reflections on critical pedagogy and its epistemological roots, his deep awareness of the emergent challenge because of the changing cultural landscape in the neo-liberal world, his observations on the ethos of reading and learning in a digital world, and above all, his refusal to accept fatalism give us hope in the art of possibilities.

Integrative Education for Sustainability By Chitra Ravi, Sandhya Tenetti and Harini Nagendra

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PERSPECTIVE Integrative Education for Sustainability Orienting education towards sustainability provides a transformative experience involving a fundamental change in the way we look at the world. The...

Learning without Boundaries: Arts in the classroom By Ritu Talwar

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Learning without Boundaries: Arts in the classroom Art as a medium of instruction liberates the mind and enables the child to discover the ocean...

Mending a broken relationship: Education and Ecology By Deborah

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PEDAGOGIC INNOVATION   Mending a broken relationship: Education and Ecology It is important that education must impart a philosophy of existence. This would require a transformation...

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