This essay seeks to bring a more complex-ified perspective and an epistemological critique of the current climate debate, its CO2 reductionism and the risks entailed with the creation of global metrics.
Given the well-established image of Paulo Freire as a progressive, radical or even revolutionary educator, it may seem preposterous, outrageous or even ridiculous to present him — as we do in this essay — as a conservative thinker and practitioner.
Ever wondered why children are more addicted to television and less addicted to listening to stories? The television uses a very simple dictatorship model to control our lives.
There are a number of stereotypical attributes that are unjustifiably linked to expertise, and it is important to avoid relying on them These stereotypes include age, wealth, maleness, whiteness, self-confidence, credentials, specialization, and techno-elitism.
Many people use the words “learning” and “education” more or less interchangeably. But a moment’s reflection reveals that they are not at all the same.
School has become the universal church of a technological society, incorporating and transmitting its ideology, shaping men's minds to accept this ideology, and conferring social status in proporti
RE-LEARNING HOPE is the story of Unitierra, an autonomous university in Oaxaca, Mexico that is immersed in, and has emerged from, the social and indigenous movements of the region.
This is a story of a Blackfoot community in Canada, and how they have re-taken control of their education system within Red Crow Community College. They are part of the Ecoversities Network.
The film explores the lives of three families who are making sustainable choices by allowing the children to learn naturally at home, self healing and doing organic farming in three different cities in india.