What is Social Pedagogy?

Social Pedagogy is an academic discipline that draws on core theories from various related disciplines, such as education, sociology, psychology and philosophy. In essence, it is concerned with well-being, learning and growth. This is underpinned by humanistic values and principles which view people as active and resourceful agents, highlighting the importance of including them into the wider community, and aim to tackle or prevent social problems and inequality. Breaking The Cycle has designed courses to help people gain an understanding around this.

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