Our ‘Postcolonial Perspectives’ online courses is restarting!

? Do you believe all students should have the chance to explore postcolonial thinking, and how to apply it in their studies and lives?

? Are you looking for self-directed enrichment opportunities for your students applying to study politics, geography, international relations, philosophy, literature and similar areas? Or are you looking for a deeper and power informed learning experience to support students before going on an international trip, or engaging in global citizenship education?

???? During studying an MA in Education and International Development, the Ghana-based EduSpots team and our founder realised the huge gap in our education system here, and we set to work creating online courses with practical critical thinking and power analysis embedded into the approach.

Students of all ages (but particularly targeting students aged 15-22 – teachers also welcome!) in all locations are invited to take this EduSpots created 6-week course starting on the 6th November entitled ‘Postcolonial Perspectives’.

Sign-up today here ? https://lnkd.in/eZeWeRQw

These courses are FREE for students at state schools, and a small fee for independent schools, which enables us to cover the cost of running the courses with any profits supporting EduSpots‘ development work across Ghana and Kenya.

Here are some of the topics:

?What might we mean by ‘postcolonial’?
?Postcolonialism and development
?Exploring postcolonialism through text
?Postcolonialism and education
?Othering, agency and the path ahead

Since 2018, over 30 schools (state and independent) in the UK and Ghana have got involved with the courses, with glowing feedback from all.

Participating schools include: Eton College, Wellington College, Canford School, Westminster School, Savannah International Academy, Oundle School, Bishop Justus School, Oakham School, Marlborough College, African Science Academy, and many more!

Our platform is safe with all posts approved by trained moderators who are all practically informed working development practitioners for EduSpots in Ghana.

Do give EduSpots‘ online course coordinator, Cynthia Kumassah, based in Ghana, an email at ckumassah@eduspots.org to set up the process for your students!

More information is found here: www.eduspots.org/onlinecourses

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