Posts Tagged ‘learning’

El Jones advocates system change for universities

El Jones is advocating for non-oppressive learning environments at universities. “The fact that people are reacting to it is why we need to say it,” says Halifax’s former poet laureate, a spoken word activist and teacher whose work is committed to social justice. The campaign for anti-oppressive education promotes different learning styles to make classrooms…

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Living alive

Formal private education is a marvel of modern society. The problem arises when we begin to think that the academic angle is the sole educational aspect of student life. Worse, we tend to think that social learning does not require the same rigorous thought as book-learning. This, to me, is incredibly silly. The more I…

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