Tag Archives: philosophy of education

Other forms of leadership in education

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Georgina Tuari Stewart Te Ara Poutama, AUT, Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand   Abstract I observe a split in the field of education today between two academic sub-tribes: those who champion ‘practice’ and are suspicious of ‘theories’ on the one hand, and those who insist on ‘theory and philosophy’ on the other. But philosophical commitments are […]

Full Citation Information:
Stewart, G. T. (2021). Other forms of leadership in education. ACCESS: Contemporary Issues in Education, 41(2), 22-25. https://doi.org/10.46786/ac21.9633

Georgina Tuari Stewart

Georgina Tuari Stewart (ko Whakarārā te maunga, ko Matauri te moana, ko Te Tāpui te marae, ko Ngāpuhi-nui-tonu te iwi) is an Associate Professor in Te Ara Poutama, Auckland University of Technology, Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand. She is the author of Māori Philosophy: Indigenous thinking from Aotearoa (Bloomsbury, 2021), an introduction to Māori philosophy as a Kaupapa Māori approach to studying Māori knowledge.

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“Me and Socrates, we are tight friends”

Co-constructing a polis of teachers and philosophers of education

Cara E. Furman with Christine Sparkes
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Cara E. Furmana with Christine Sparkes (Public School Teacher) aUniversity of Maine at Farmington, ME, USA   Abstract It is an educational truism that reflection helps teachers to be more effective and ethical. Building on John Dewey’s assertion that we learn by doing and reflecting, and Hannah Arendt’s that reflection is strengthened through discourse among […]

Full Citation Information:
Furman, C. E. (2021). “Me and Socrates, we are tight friends”: Co-constructing a polis of teachers and philosophers of education. ACCESS: Contemporary Issues in Education, 41(1), 36-51. https://doi.org/10.46786/ac21.8287
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Pandemic Education: A Double Issue of Knowledge Cultures

Pandemic education refers not only to how we educate ourselves and others about the pandemic, but also – and more importantly – to how the pandemic educates us. To put it in the terms of the question that the articles in these two special issues on pandemic education address: how can educators explore and enact […]