Current educational theories and practices are highly dependent on work done in a few western (colonial) contexts. As a result, these approaches do not lead to empowerment of our students (in colonized settings; see: The Myth of the Post-Colonial).
Decolonising Pedagogy is an approach to teaching/learning that helps us in decolonising our ways of knowing, doing and being.
In this course, participants will develop and implement projects in their contexts that address community needs.
Registration and participation in the course is open to all: there are NO restrictions on age, education, gender, language, location, job, training etc.
Cost: $0 — While this course is free of cost, we appreciate donations to keep FLC going.
Sept 14: face-to-face workshop at Papaya Academy Inc. (Kasiglahan main road, San Jose, Rodriguez, Rizal, Philippines)
Sept 15 to December 15: individual/group work
January 4: face-to-face workshop and presentations (Kasiglahan main road, San Jose, Rodriguez, Rizal, Philippines)
Registration for this course will close on September 10, 2019
Please note that we have space for only 25 participants.
Participants will be selected based on their response to the open question: “What are some community needs/issues that I can help address through my teaching?” [To respond to this question, we recommend that you look through: 1. What is Subaltern Linguistics? / Ano ang subaltern linguistics? 2. Doing Subaltern Linguistics; you may respond in either English or Filipino].
Registration for this course is now closed.
Thank you for your continuing support.