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Relationality and emotionality: Toward a reflexive ethic in critical teaching

by JIkenda jaggru (2023-09-27)

"Relationality and emotionality: Toward a reflexive ethic in critical teaching" explores the interconnectedness of relationships and emotions within the context of critical pedagogy. This thought-provoking work delves into the significance of nurturing empathetic connections between educators and learners, acknowledging that emotions play a pivotal role in the learning process. It advocates for a reflexive approach to teaching, one that embraces the ethical dimensions of education and encourages educators to engage deeply with their own emotions as they guide students through the complex terrain of critical thinking and social transformation.

Critical Literacy: Theories and Practices is a non-commercial initiative committed to the ethical dissemination of academic research and educational thinking. CLTP acknowledges the thoughtful dedication of authors, editors and reviewers to develop and promote this open journal initiative. The journal receives copy-editing sponsorship from the Faculty of Education at the University of Oulu, Finland. CLTP has previously received  copy editing support from the Centre for the Study of Social and Global Justice at the University of Nottingham, UK.