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Lizanne Foster | Essentially, my students want to know why it's so hard for people to get along with other people.
Podcast
Scott Neigh | Aziz Choudry talks about his new book, "Learning Activism: The Intellectual Life of Contemporary Social Movements."
Columnists
Thomas Ponniah | The Tommy Douglas Institute's May 22 conference will ask: What is the role of post-secondary education in promoting democracy and citizenship in our era?
Columnists
Thomas Ponniah | In the ideal world, every student would receive a degree in "Global Society and Culture," and enjoy the shared collective inquiry that comes with it.
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Thomas Ponniah | There are, I propose, three types of students. A student is predominantly fragile, resilient or self-transcending in relation to the turmoil amplified by the current form of globalization.
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Thomas Ponniah | Professor Henry Giroux, one of North America's most famous theorists, will be speaking at a conference on "Rethinking Pedagogy" at George Brown College on Thursday, May 16.
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Thomas Ponniah | In today's column I touch on one aspect of the art of pedagogy, that is, not on the technical procedures that enable understanding, but the incitement to knowledge provided by good instructors.
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Thomas Ponniah | The dilemma for progressives is of a higher order than that of the incoming student: there is consensus that neoliberalism is dangerous but there is no agreement on a framework for information.