Through three paintings, Claudia Cardona Acevedo explores how access, quality, and substance in education have to work together to some degree to provide an education that liberates individuals and provides them with the necessary tools to look at the world in a critical way.
“Political agency is generated internally. We take external action upon those things that we hold dear and meaningful. Justice and peace, learned as abstract concepts and goals, will not be acted upon. Peacelearning pedagogy is pursued through inquiry that connects abstract concepts to the learner’s experience of the world.” -Tony Jenkins
“Conversations on Global Citizenship Education” edited by Dr. Emiliano Bosio Ph.D. offers a remarkable collection of theoretically and practically grounded conversations with internationally recognized scholars, who share their perspectives on Global Citizenship Education (GCE) in relation to university research, teaching, and learning.
“Intersectional Pedagogy: Creative Education Practices for Gender and Peace Work,” by Gal Harmat, teaches educators to use innovative learning methods to encourage students to rethink culture, gender, race, sexual orientation, and social class. The first two chapters are open access and free to download!