Free [African Traditional Oral Literature and Visual Cultures as Pedagogical Tools in Diverse Classroom Contexts] ☆ Lewis Asimeng–Boahene
This book the second in the series is a distinct exploration of how educational policy makers curriculum developers educators earners and social activists can utilize the hitherto untapped rich resource of African traditional oral iterature and visual cultures These are epistemological reservoirs and invaluable pedagogical tools in the delivery of content in the classrooms of the present global village most of whom contain diverse student populations from varying backgrounds The content of the book is thus designed to
help expand educators' repertoire of understanding beyond the hitherto conventional wisdom most of which are either outdated or expand educators' repertoire of understanding beyond the hitherto conventional wisdom most which are either outdated or colonial impositions
On Former Colonial EntitiesOur former colonial entitiesOur motivation pulling together this anthology was due to the fact scholars educators and educational. Policy makers have hitherto paid ittle attention to the epistemological and pedagogical
Value Of Traditional Indigenous of Traditional Indigenous systems TIKS Our objective has been argely achieved by this anthology in the sense that the research perspectives of the contributors to this effort have enhanced the hitherto Don't Worry, Eat Cake: A Coloring Book to Help You Feel a Little Bit Better about Everything limited exposure and knowledge about traditional oraliterature and visual cultures in Africa The torch that has been ighted from this endeavor heightens the epistemological and pedagogical implications of TIKSIn aunching this book we are extending a clarion call to researchers and disciples of Indigenous Knowledge systems in Africa and elsewhere to seize this opportunity and interest generated by this endeavor to undertake studies in this area Our current efforts were focused mainly on Africa TI.
download ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Lewis Asimeng-BoaheneKS systems but we strongly believe that there are similar and eually and important
TIKS IN OTHER PARTS OF THE WORLD ASIAsystems in other parts of the world Asia Far East Central and Southern America as well as the Caribbean that are onging for exploration and expositionIt is therefore our fervent hope that exploration and dissemination of knowledge in
this field will continue with the flame ighted from this endeavor We believe that these efforts will greatly enhancefield will continue with the flame ighted from this endeavor We believe that these efforts will greatly enhance an otherwise neglected and almost forgotten but important aspects of knowledge creation and dissemination especially about traditional and hitherto unwritten histories and knowledge systems around the world These undertakings will help to broaden the conceptualization of what constitutes global knowledge within the current reality of globalizatio. ,