Faculty of Education Guest Speaker: Dr. Ann Chinnery
Apr 18, 2012, 1pm-3pm
Despite growing interest in Emmanuel Levinas's ethics in educational theory and practice, little has been done with the fact that for over 30 years Levinas served as director of a teacher education school in Paris, and that he taught classes there for more than 40 years. In this presentation, I attempt to fill that gap by focusing on Levinas's classroom practices and everyday interactions with students rather than on his philosophical writings. I sketch three pedagogical approaches, or postures, he embodied and discuss them in relation to ongoing work in teacher education.
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|Location:||280N York Lanes|
|Sponsor:||Faculty of Education|
|Posted by:||Breanne Whitwell|