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HE stakeholders in thinking through the complexities of university campus social spaces in the student’s life. It unravels issues of social justice in the context of how students negotiate campus social spaces, thus steering a debate for other researchers and serving as a starting point for

In: Inclusion as Social Justice
Author: Kenta Miyamoto

began only a few years ago, a dearth of literature exists on South Sudanese refugees’ education in Uganda. The lack of knowledge on refugees’ education, especially what is happening at the school level, must be resolved by examining empirical evidence. This research was therefore motivated by the need

In: Migrants and Comparative Education

. Cognitive Development , 20 , 576 – 590 . Borba , M. ( 2016 ). Unselfie: Why empathetic kids succeed in our all-about me world . New York, NY : Touchstone . Brenner , H. ( 2003 ). I know I’m in there somewhere: A woman’s guide to finding her inner voice and living a life of authenticity . New

In: Trauma Informed Teaching through Play Art Narrative (PAN)

‘equal’ concern by aiming at equalising people’s ‘capability to function’, if they have to live good lives. Based on these assumptions, and in line with Rawls (1971) fundamental principles of justice, we believe that pupils need equal chances to succeed in life with a balance between social equality and

In: Inclusion as Social Justice

In recent decades, there has been a growing patchwork of educational movements and initiatives focusing on ‘open’ and ‘openness.’ As an emerging paradigm, it has been said that open and openness in education ‘has a history that provides much of the context and the motivating values … part of the

In: Open(ing) Education

learning activities and avoid significant disruptions to the learning process. A well-functioning education system requires adequate infrastructure and motivated teachers in order to support educational outcomes. It goes without saying that the motivated teachers should have knowledge of the content in

In: Inclusion as Social Justice
Author: Bruce A. Collet

instance Martha Frederiks’ (2016) reflections on her personal experience of the term “migrant”: I myself have spent nearly a quarter of my life living outside the country where I was born, the Netherlands. Though my period ‘abroad’ has profoundly shaped my outlook on life, I do not and have never

In: Migrants and Comparative Education

and organic world by way of science and logical reasoning toward universal truths; and the narrative mode , that is concerned with making sense/meaning of human experience. Humans enter life with a “readiness or predisposition to organize experience into narrative form” ( Bruner, 1990 , p. 45). In

In: Trauma Informed Teaching through Play Art Narrative (PAN)

a basic minimum standard of education for all; for example, everyone should be able to read, write and do simple arithmetic. Education is associated with better health, a longer life, successful parenting and civic participation. Fair and inclusive education is one of the most powerful levers

In: Inclusion as Social Justice

ColLaboratoire ( Hancock & Jenkins, 2016 ). One participant wrote that ‘[ColLaboratoire] was an absolute hit with me and I have been telling people that it was one of the best weeks of my life.’ In a final film interview with the participants, one remarked that, ‘I’ve always dreamed of a place like this where

In: Open(ing) Education