Compiled here are great articles written for our newsletter, by our colleagues, or just of interest to us about teaching and teaching philosophy.
Julien Mirivel’s The Challenge of Teaching
Teachers and students must overcome the same problem. In order to grow, and to learn, they must be courageous. The virtue of courage is one that easily appeals to our sentiments, but it is certainly harder to be courageous than to think it is valuable, desirable, or honorable. In this short essay, I suggest that learning is an act of courage and that teachers must nurture their own as well as students’ ability to be courageous. Click to read more
Student Essay Freire’s Educational Solution to the Problem of Oppression
In The True Believer, Eric Hoffer posed a serious problem that has haunted mankind since its origin. His intense quandary highlighted the fact that mass movements have been the major transforming force in society. Click to read more