Nonetheless, I've enrolled in another Masters of Education and have started the Reflecting on Professional Practice paper at AUT. I've just opened my first reading, I almost slammed the lid back down when the first paragraph had 'epistemology of pragmatic constructivism' in one sentence 😳🤷♀️
I read on and found this beauty though:
'In changing and uncertain times, as experienced in today’s world, people want their leaders to act morally whereby they will not produce harm but rather will show the virtues of doing good, of honouring others, of taking positive stands, and of behaving in ways that clearly show that their own self-interests are not the driving motivation behind their leadership'
I am super excited about learning lots more and figuring out what 'epistemology of pragmatic constructivism' means. 😂
Original article found here 👉
|Naketa as a child|