Apr 7, 2022
This episode is available in English.
This episode has two parts. We learn how social, political, and historical contexts help humanize pedagogies and achieve better education outcomes in emergency contexts. We learn from academics and practitioners about how to incorporate the humanitarian principles of humanity, impartiality, neutrality, and independence in teaching methodologies.
In this first interview, our host, Barbara Moser Mercer, Visiting Professor at the University of Nairobi, Professor Emerita at the University of Geneva, and member of the INEE Distance Education Reference Group Member, discusses with Jan Petrus Bosman, Director of the Center for Learning Technologies at Stellenbosch University, South Africa, and Sonja Strydom, Deputy Director of the Center for Learning Technology at Stellenbosch University.
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This podcast was made possible with support from USAID.