Teaching As Activism


Author:
Muzzin, Linda|Tripp, Peggy
Grade Levels:
College, University
Nation:
Multiple Nations
Book Type:
PB
Pages:
291
Publisher:
McGill-Queen's University Press

Price:
Sale price$32.95
Stock:
In stock

Description

Teaching as Activism: Equity Meets Environmentalism is a collection of twenty essays by education scholars each commenting on environmentalism, activism, feminist science, and Indigenous knowledge as they challenge the current pedagogy and its legacies of colonialism, capitalism, and globalization. Each calls for an inclusive education for classrooms and communities that respect and incorporate Indigenous Knowledge, social justice, and environmental responsibility. Marie Battiste contributes two essays: Post-Colonial Remedies for Preserving Indigenous Knowledge and Heritage, and You Can't Be a Global Doctor if You're the Colonial Disease. Robin Cavanagh writes about The Anishinaabe Teaching Wand and Holistic Education. Barbara Waterfall and Njoki Wane present their arguments in Hoops of Spirituality in Science and Technology.

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