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Teaching for Change: An African Philosophical Approach

Teaching for Change: An African Philosophical Approach

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African philosophy of education has emerged as an educational challenge for many involved in contemporary education. In this course you’ll learn more about this philosophy, why it’s being examined, how it potentially responds to teaching and learning and what can be done to improve education in a just manner. Our focus on pedagogical encounters (more specifically teaching and learning) is one way in which we contend major problems on the continent can be resolved educationally.

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African thinking and doing: A way of practicing philosophy of education
Educational encounters as forms of human engagement through an examination of case studies
Moral, compassionate and restorative justice in relation to defensible African education
Teaching and learning in the context of change
Ethno-philosophy and communitarian philosophy of education in relation to Ubuntu and justice
Identification of major problems on the African continent and an examination of their implications for African education

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