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    Course: Daisaku Ikeda's Educational Philosophy & Practice (1): Major Education Writings

    This course introduces candidates to the biography, educational ideas, and practices of Daisaku Ikeda (b. 1928). The course covers the history and context informing Ikeda's early and late approaches to education and engages students in analyzing Ikeda's major writings and speeches on education. The course will address key concepts in the Ikeda framework such as human education, Buddhist humanism, value creation, human revolution, interdependence, student-teacher relationship, happiness, world citizenship, and dialogue.

    Programs Associated with this Course
    • Certificate in Microcredential & Macrocredential in Value-Creating Education for Global Citizenship

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    Jason Goulah

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