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Embedding a justice approach in secondary education: A Practical Guide for Teachers and Teacher Educators

Description

This guide aims to engage secondary school teachers and teacher educators in three distinct, but interconnected aspects of justice – environmental, epistemic and transitional justice – and provide guidance and tools to help them embed a justice approach in their teaching and educational practice. 
PART 1 of this guide gives an overview of a Justice Approach to Education.
PART 2 explains the key concepts of environmental, epistemic and transitional justice and how they can be integrated into teaching.
PART 3 summarises six pedagogical dimensions and illustrates how they can be put into practice. This includes recommended activities that can be 
used to integrate a justice approach to teaching. 
PART 4 includes sample activities – situated in the contexts of Nepal, Uganda and Peru – indicating the use of six pedagogical dimensions in practice 
for teaching environmental, epistemic and transitional justice.

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Funding

JustEd: Education as and for Environmental, Epistemic and Transitional justice to enable Sustainable Development ES/T004851/1
UK Research and Innovation