Teaching Social Competencies in Post-Conflict Societies A Contribution to Peace in Society and Quality in Learner-Centered Education
About the Authors
Susanne Krogull is a researcher at Otto-Friedrich-University Bamberg/Germany
where she serves as Executive Director of the international Master’s program,
“Educational Quality in Developing Countries”. Her research interest is
focused on educational quality, international and comparative education and
Global Education. She has broad practical experiences in Global Learning acquired
in different NGOs.
Prof. Dr. Annette Scheunpflug holds the chair of Foundations in Education/Philosophy
of Education at Otto-Friedrich-University Bamberg/ Germany. As a
former primary teacher, she has broad experiences in teaching and teacher education.
Her research interest is focused on educational quality, international
and comparative education, Global Education, and anthropology of education.
François Rwambonera served as the head of the National Bureau of Protestant
Education in Kigali/Rwanda until 2013. As a former secondary teacher, he has
a broad experience in teaching and teacher education. After the genocide in
Rwanda, he – and his team – developed the adopted approach of learner-centered
education – called “Participative and Active Pedagogy” – as an educational
response to the post-conflict situation in his country.
With contributions from
Pierre Claver Bisanze, Innocent Gasana, Rudolf Heinrichs-Drinhaus, Immaculée
Mukantabana, Violette Mukayisenga, Anastasie Mukaruberwa, Marlène
Mukandoli, Anathalie Munganyinka Félicité Musabyemariya, Samuel Mutabazi,
Théophile Mutuyeyezu, Jean-Baptiste Ndamukunda, Jean Bosco Ndimubanzi,
Jean Baptiste Ndigendereho, Silas Nsengiyumva, Agnès Nyirangirimana,
Capitolina Nyirabazamanza, Josée Nyiramana, Monique Nyirandikumana,
Athalie Nyiranzigiyimana, Christian Grêt, Athanase Rutayisire, Gérard Ugirashebuja,
Césarie Uwabaganwa, and Zacharie Zikama.