It is all too easy to think of classroom learning as a purely intellectual activity. But research and anecdotal experience have revealed that emotions play a significant role the learning process with their close relationship with the brain.
The discussion will be in English.
About the Speakers
Ragini Lalit is a Research Associate in the Interest Group for Dialogue, Fraternity and Justice at Azim Premji University, Bengaluru. In this webinar, she explores what it means to create critical learning spaces for children and young adults that are centred on hope and compassion. She is particularly interested in the use of children’s literature and performing arts in education.
Shubham Raturi is a Resource Person at Azim Premji Foundation, Kumbhalgarh, Rajasthan. Apart from working with teachers and youngsters on their perspectives on societal issues and content-based themes, he remains actively involved in the learning of second language, especially English, by young learners.
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