Silent partners : learners and teachers coping with self-marginalisation
conference contributionposted on 06.12.2017, 00:00 by R Toynton
The teacher and learner in adult education may be distanced by some undeclared aspect of life. Self-marginalisation through internalising the prejudicial perceptions of society can divide and yet provide common experience. This paper, through personal reflection, case study, and literature review examines self-marginalisation and its impact on teaching and learning.