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Interview on sub-theme: Pedagogies for Sustainable Development

Interview with Julia Paulson, co-convenor for sub-theme on Pedagogies for Sustainable Development What excites you about this theme? At a time when friends and colleagues in three contexts I’m familiar with – here in the UK, in the US, and in Colombia – are asking questions about whether education (in schools and more broadly) failed […]

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Inclusive Education for Sustainable Development – Susy Ndaruhutse’s thoughts on the sub-theme

  Interview with Susy Ndaruhutse, co-convenor for sub-theme on Inclusive Education for Sustainable Development What excites you about this theme? I recently read an article in the Scientific American called ‘How diversity makes us smarter’. It was a really interesting and thought-provoking read, summarising decades of research which shows that socially diverse groups are more […]

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Developing Capabilities - Three South African men in a carpentry workshop

Developing Capabilities for Sustainable Livelihoods – an interview with the sub-theme convenors

Interview on sub-theme: Developing Capabilities for Sustainable Livelihoods Interview with Bronwen Magrath and Rebecca Hughes, co-convenors for sub-theme on Developing Capabilities for Sustainable Livelihoods What excites you both about this theme? What interests us is the way(s) in which learners’ aspirations for their future work and lives are shaped by their experience(s) within their community […]

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Enabling Teachers – Interview with Nalini Boodhoo

Interview with Nalini Boodhoo, co-convenor for sub-theme on Enabling Teachers So much is always expected of teachers – no matter where around the globe. However, the context in which teachers are educated and in which they work in low-income countries often makes it more challenging to ensure the best possible cognitive outcomes for students than […]

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Inclusive Education for Sustainable Development – an interview with Amy Parker

Interview with Amy Parker on sub-theme: Inclusive Education for Sustainable Development   What excites you about this theme? ‘Leaving no one behind’ is becoming common currency in the international development sector these days. I have had (and continue to have) the privilege of working on education projects with extremely marginalised groups on the remote Plateau […]

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