Comment by Silas Nherera

Comment by Silas Nherera

Mar. 22, 2018 by

Silas Nherera comments on the article “Inclusion on stage: a Zambian theatre case” Mulungushi University, Zambia  I would like to salute the authors of these four pieces of writing. They are really master pieces.  My comments today will be based

Comment by Astrid von Kotze

Comment by Astrid von Kotze

Mar. 21, 2018 by

 Astrid von Kotze comments on the article “Inclusion on stage: A Zambian theatre case” Astrid von Kotze (PhD), IPSS, University Of the Western Cape & Popular Education Programme, South Africa Writing from South Africa, diversity always reminds me of the

Comment by Jose Roberto Guevara

Comment by Jose Roberto Guevara

Mar. 21, 2018 by

 Jose Roberto Guevara comments on the article “Inclusion on stage: A Zambian theatre case” Beyond Spectacle: Balancing performance and process in Theatre for Development Robbie Guevara, ICAE, ASPBAE, Global, Urban and Social Studies, RMIT University, Australia Through three stories, Daniel L.

Article by Daniel L. Mpolomoka and Selina Banda “Inclusion on stage: A Zambian theatre case”

Mar. 20, 2018 by

Para el texto en castellano apriete aquí / Pour la version française appuyez ici Inclusion on stage: A Zambian theatre case Daniel L. Mpolomoka is a lecturer in the School of Education at the Zambian Open University (ZAOU), and holds a PhD in literacy and

Comment by Thomas Kuan

Comment by Thomas Kuan

Mar. 19, 2018 by

Thomas Kuan comments on the article “Building the capacity of adult educators to create inclusive classrooms” Founder, U 3rd Age (Singapore), President, East Asia Federation for Adult Education (EAFAE), Treasurer, PIMA (Friends of PASCAL) Shermaine Barrett had rightly mentioned that

Comment by Carmen Colazo

Comment by Carmen Colazo

Mar. 19, 2018 by

Para el texto en castellano apriete aquí Carmen Colazo comments on the article “Building the capacity of adult educators to create inclusive classrooms” Argentina/Paraguay As the author clearly states, in today’s societies, educational processes display in complex and diverse environments.

Comment by Manzoor Ahmed

Comment by Manzoor Ahmed

Mar. 19, 2018 by

Manzoor Ahmed comments on the article “Building the capacity of adult educators to create inclusive classrooms” Professor Emeritus, BRAC University, Dhaka and Vice Chair, Campaign for Popular Education (CAMPE), Bangladesh The writer, starting with the premise of critical importance of

Comment by Quazi Faraque Ahmed

Comment by Quazi Faraque Ahmed

Mar. 19, 2018 by

Quazi Faraque Ahmed comments on the article “Building the capacity of adult educators to create inclusive classrooms” Member of National Education Policy Committee, Ministry of Education, Bangladesh & Chairman, Initiative for Human Development ( I H D ) Member organization

Comment by Meenu Vadera

Comment by Meenu Vadera

Mar. 16, 2018 by

Meenu Vadera comments on the article “Building the capacity of adult educators to create inclusive classrooms” Founder of Sakha Consulting Wings (a for-profit) and Azad Foundation (a not-for-profit) and also the Executive Director of Azad Foundation. Thank you very much

Comment by Balázs Németh

Comment by Balázs Németh

Mar. 16, 2018 by

Balázs Németh comments on the article “Building the capacity of adult educators to create inclusive classrooms” Associate Professor of Adult Learning in Education at the University of Pécs, Hungary It is a coincidence that while the article I have reviewed