Lets get personal: A call for personalised pedagogy

Diana Bath


This paper seeks to open a dialogue around the process of inspiring life-wide learning. It aims to share a dialogue that began within one of the Inspiring Learners conference workshops, so as to generate discussion between colleagues in the fi eld of education. It argues that the process of becoming inspired is essentially an affective or emotional engagement that happens within the learners embodied experience. It explains why the impact of such learning may be life-wide. Paradoxically, this paper also suggests that our life-wide experiences may act as a barrier to our learning process.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21100/compass.v2i3.44


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