One book, one pen, one teacher

One book, one pen, one teacher

The journey of a teacher travelling to remote areas of her country to learn and teach is both challenging and beautiful. A teacher must see the reality with her own eyes to bring about change.

Jean-Jaques Rousseau

Jean-Jaques Rousseau

Rousseau wrote Émile, or On Education, 250 years ago – but the pedagogical principles described in this novel still have much to offer modern educators.

John Dewey

John Dewey

Education, teaching and discipline are lifelong social phenomena and conditions for democracy, according to acclaimed American philosopher John Dewey.

Anton Makarenko

Anton Makarenko

Teaching, work, discipline & self-management were the main pillars in the pedagogy developed by Anton Makarenko. He became the founder of the theory of collective education.