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Encountering education through existential challenges and community, re-connection and renewal for an ecologically based future, Giles Barrow

Summary
Directly inspired by Indian British activist Satish Kumar's 2013 seminal work 'Soil, Soul and Society', this book rethinks education in line with thoughts around the current climate crisis, the purpose of education in a post-pandemic world, and the mental health of children, teachers and youth across societies
Table Of Contents
A critique of product orientated education and a rationale for an alternative vision incorporating sufficiency, homonomy and emancipation : walking the land -- The importance of an ecological-phenomenological perspective in the educational encounter : from the margins -- Natality, subjectification and the function of physis in education : arrival -- Liminality, place-based education and the role of myth and story : beyond arrival -- The act of teaching, 'grown-up-ness' and eldership in the educational encounter : to whom does the student arrive? -- Implications for an education orientated toward connection with the existential, social and ecological domains : for whom is the harvest?
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Copyright
Physical Description
1 online resource (204 pages)
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9781003407751

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