Students’ Journal of Education and Development (SJED) is a space where the student community of Azim Premji University talks to itself and the wider world about issues related to public importance and interest. This fourth edition of SJED brings together a collection of papers that takes this spirit of engagement forward with some insightful research articles, perspective building pieces, and notes.
Students’ Journal of Education and Development is a space where the student community of Azim Premji University (APU) talks to itself and the wider world about issues related to public importance and interest. The papers included in this third issue of SJED amply demonstrate the depth of the students’ engagement with these.
This edition of SJED includes articles that cover a varied terrain reflecting the diverse interests of the students of APU. For instance, the Study of Textbook Development in Maharashtra by Akash Chowkase lead one’s thoughts towards discussions regarding the role of textbooks in quality education. Similarly, Amrita Varadarajan’s Critical Pedagogy in School Education leads one to think about the linkages between pedagogy, policy and the social contexts under question.read more
The publication of the first issue of Students’ Journal of Education and Development has been a students-led initiative. An editorial collective and a project-team were first formed to coordinate the efforts. This issue of SJED has four sections – Research Articles, Perspectives and Practices, Notes, and Classics Revisited.