Intergenerational pedagogy: Pedagogy of recognition
Sue Egersdorff Saturday, February 19, 2022
This is the fourth article on intergenerational pedagogy, here Sue Egersdorff discusses sensitive recognition as part of making meaningful connections. Sue Egersdorff founder of ready generations When we bring multi-generations together to share experiences we often describe the benefits of making meaningful connections. In this short article, we will explore the centrality of sensitive recognition as part of this process and why it is so important for people of every age. We all like to be recognised for who we are and what we bring. Recognition makes us visible and fulfils our human desire to be seen, acknowledged, valued and remembered. At Ready Generations we have been thinking about recognition in relation to the concept of multi-generational care, caring spaces and wider communities of care.
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