whether democracy is able to deliver ecological outcomes or whether in the standoff between democracy and oil and gas capitalism that it has the power to harness and transform the energy sector. The fact is that modern representative democracy was never designed to handle environmental challenges and
discrimination of Trump’s immigration and travel-ban policies. Trump’s ascendancy is also bad news for U.S. and world science with the disappearance of governmental science websites such as the White House pages on climate change and the likely curtailment for alternative energy science funding. 7 Various
and dangerous. If no new middle ground is able to cohere sufficiently to replace it, this situation could last a while … all the major crises – economic, climate, food, energy – will remain unresolved; stagnation and long-term drift will set in. Such is the ‘unlife’ of a zombie, a body stripped of its
education is to extend to action, young people will need to be able to create media that, for example, comments upon race in order to enact critical action. This process takes time, energy, and a willingness on the part of the teacher to ‘let go’ of the perceived correct answer. 4 Making the Space for
Joseph Beuys significantly influenced the development of art in recent decades through his expanded definition of art. In his art and reflections on art, he raised far-reaching questions on the nature of art and its central importance for modern education. His famous claim, “Every human is an artist,“ points to the fundamental ability of every human to be creative in the art of life – with respect to the development of one’s own personality and one’s actions within society. Beuys saw society as an artwork in a permanent process of transformation, a ‘social sculpture‘ in which every person participated, and for which everyone should be educated as comprehensively as possible.
Beuys describes pedagogy as central to his art. This book thus examines important aspects of Beuys’s art and theory and the challenges they raise for contemporary artistic education. It outlines the foundational theoretical qualities of artistic education and discusses the practice of ‘artistic projects’ in a series of empirical examples. The author, Carl-Peter Buschkühle, documents projects he has undertaken with various high school classes. In additional chapters, Mario Urlaß discusses the great value of artistic projects in primary school, and Christian Wagner reflects on his collaboration with the performance artist Wolfgang Sautermeister and school students in a socially-disadvantaged urban area.
Artistic education has become one of the most influential art-pedagogical concepts in German-speaking countries. This book presents its foundations and educational practices in English for the first time.
issues like reproductive rights that have introduced renewed energy into the Left. Building on the foundation presented in Chapter 1 , Chapter 2 dissects authoritarian populism and fascism by first examining shared characteristics between the two movements. This is followed by presenting key
Kopp, founder of Teach for America when asked to comment on hiring less-experienced teachers instead of veteran ones: There’s also a power in inexperience—that it can make a huge difference to channel the energy of young people, before they know what’s “impossible” and when they still have endless
third-party route. Trudell (2016) expressed the mixture of trepidation and support on the left at the time: On the one hand…his candidature therefore risks trapping the aspirations of the social movements within the Democratic Party machine, and the party has a long history of co-opting the energy and
surface. Such observations go somewhat against conventional teaching of physics in school, whereby “states of matter” are often taught as if occurring in a linear sequence of transformations. In the drawing, the more diffused energy of the sun is depicted as an intra-action with the watery matter
whether teachers should keep animals at school and, if so, what kind of animals, and who should look after them and how. The constant re-turning to these notes is a kind of listening . The annotated visualisation of selected events in class brings energies and forces to the progettazione that open