Accepting differences is an integral part of growing up, but traditional biases and prejudices can limit emotional growth. It is for teachers and other adults to break this chain to set children free to live more inclusive lives.
The discussion will be in English.
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In this reflective piece, the author, Amman Madan, highlights the importance of empathy and acceptance of difference as part of growing up and taking our place in the world.
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About the Speakers
Amman Madan is faculty member at Azim Premji University. He anchors an Interest Group for Dialogue, Fraternity and Justice and works on how to learn better ways of dealing with interpersonal and social conflicts.
Chandrika Muralidhar is faculty member at Azim Premji University. Her interests lie in science education, exploring pedagogies in science and assessment approaches and writing articles on science education for practitioners.
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