emotions and gender in education

There’s an urgent need to teach empathy but not everyone will connect or care

By Amanda Keddie

Sometimes our frames of reference are too narrow and limited for us to comprehend alternative ways of knowing and being. Our frames of reference limit our capacity to empathise. So, is it possible to teach empathy? Empathy training has featured in the news media recently as a way to begin remedying the abhorrent sexual misconduct

Power of emotions and gender in education and in the work of educational researchers

By Garth Stahl and Amanda Keddie

Emotions and gender identity play powerful roles in education. Every day, every child and every educator in every classroom