Earl Center Director, Beth Warren, and Colleagues Publish in Landmark Handbook of the Cultural Foundations of Learning

 Beth Warren, Shirin Vossoughi, Ann S. Rosebery, Megan Bang & Edd V. Taylor co-authored “Multiple Ways of Knowing: Re-imagining Disciplinary Learning” in the Handbook of the Cultural Foundations of Learninga landmark volume that brings together cutting-edge research examining learning as entailing inherently cultural processes.  In their chapter, the authors posit that engaging in liberatory forms of disciplinary learning within a framework of decolonization and onto-epistemic heterogeneity is necessary for equitable, dignified, and just forms of education that support learners in who they imagine themselves to be and might become.

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