Start Where You Are introduces the concept of ‘critical literacy’, which means that when we read the articles and videos suggested here, we consider the perspective of the person who wrote the article, and question whose experience or viewpoint may be excluded. We don’t have to agree with what we read or watch; we are encouraged to form our own opinions.
Econowha? brings a lot of different material together to aid the learning process. We are facilitating access to these resources as useful educational tools but do not endorse all the views contained within them. We invite you to challenge and question the material in a way that is useful for you. We invite you to always ask ‘Why?’
|a||Asking Why||This session supports learners to explore the role that critical thinking has played in social change. The resources challenge us to freely ask the question ‘Why?’ Why is the world so unequal? Why are some voices more dominant than others about the economy? Why are certain economic policies promoted more than others? Why?|