„Kinder wollen nicht wie Fässer gefüllt, sondern wie Fackeln entzündet werden." -- Francois Rabelais
Key concepts: anti-bias curriculum, anti-oppressive education, critical literacy, critical pedagogy, ecopedagogy, educational inequality, humanitarian education, multicultural education, philosophy for/with children (P4C/PwC), teaching for social justice, student-centered learning.
Sophia Network "European Foundation for the Advancement of Doing Philosophy with Children"
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Richard David Precht, "Bildung versus Wissen"