Addressing Humanness in Education: Truth-Seeking Scholarship for Excelled Pedagogy

Austin, Kenneth R.
October 2011
Teacher Education & Practice;Fall2011, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p476
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the importance of addressing humanness in the educational sector through a truth-seeking scholarship which enhances quality teaching and learning. It says that addressing humanness will also promote higher-quality living, autonomy, and develops the learner's critical thinking ability. It adds that teachers and students should act together in making critical thought process and actions.


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