Category Archives: Co-education

As a teaching/learning method we – partly- adopted a constructivist approach in which co-learning plays a dominant role.

Tailors well-being

A call for action! I see this  project as a model to expand upon. A model that work on well-being . A model that asks for participation in designing the knowledge that is coming  out on both sides . The tailors are a Creative (and knowledge) Community  triggered by the real context of needs, resources, principles and capabilities.

Dialogue

During the process situated approaches and exercises were proposed to the tailors, so that they could collaborate with each other (see fig 3) and with the researcher towards some shared understanding. The main objective of these proposed exercises was to cultivate close cultural dialogue and learning. 

A letter from a tailor