Ubuntugogy

I had the pleasure of reading Bangura’s (2005) Ubuntugogy: An African educational paradigm that transcends pedagogy, andragogy, ergonagy and heutagogy. As a result,  my reflections on teaching and learning have transformed. I now understand that one can not effectively build learner competencies and learner capabilities without ubuntu. Bangura’s exegesis of African Humanism and Bantu philosophy reminded …

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