The Educational Implications
The Educational Implications
 
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Session title:

Knowing Enough to Act: The Educational Implications of a Critical Social Justice Approach to Difference

Researcher Asks When  Knowing Requires Action?

Is “knowing” a moral question? Ought “knowing” to have moral consequences and entailments? When does one “know enough”? Does “knowing” demand “acting”? What does this mean for the classroom, for pedagogy, and for what we teach? The discussion draws on the participants’ experiences in educations research, teaching, and social engagement in the educational contexts of their respective countries.

Presidential Session

Schedule Information:

Time: Monday, April 16, 8:15 a.m.–9:45 a.m.  

Building/Room: Vancouver Convention Centre, First Level - West Room 118-120

Session Participants:

Chair: Crain A. Soudien (University of Cape Town) crain.soudien@uct.ac.za

Participant: Sarada Balagopalan (Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, Delhi, India) sarada.balagopalan@gmail.com

Participant: Vanessa de Oliveira Andreotti (University of Oulu) vanessa.andreotti@oulu.fi

Participant: Crain A. Soudien (University of Cape Town) crain.soudien@uct.ac.za


 
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