Pop culture as a way to learn philosophy
Philosophy is a part of the humanities that seems, at first sight, more complex to approach. It does not necessarily attract sympathy. However, it is everywhere, including in the most popular audiovisual works. This is why some people use this "pop philosophy" to help people understand the theories of the great thinkers from antiquity to the present day.
Building a virtual sense of community
The virtual classroom device can create some discomfort. We are talking about various people in front of their computers communicating more or less with others. Not necessarily a warm context. Yet it is possible for the teacher to "forget" the distance and develop a sense of community with the learners.
Feeding students with local products
If our supermarkets offer products from all over the world, this has a consequent ecological cost. In an idea of reducing its footprint, consuming local is a good thing. This can be learned in school. More and more programs are encouraging educational institutions to adopt regional foods in the canteen. This goes hand in hand with an educational approach so that students understand the importance of this consumption on the planet.
Massive environmental solutions to close the carbon loop.
The environmental situation may seem worrisome, but we are not helpless to face it. By taking the appropriate points of view, which are not only on an individual scale, as we are led to believe, but on an industrial scale, at the source of our environmental problem. Concrete solutions.
Addressing sexual and gender diversity in the classroom
Taboos are slowly being broken about sexual and gender diversity. Society is slowly recognizing people who experience different attractions or who no longer see gender in the same way. Moreover, even science is pointing out the limits of binarity. Nevertheless, the subject still creates discomfort. How to talk to students about these minorities? It all comes down to education first and instilling the notion of respect.