Pedagogical Explorations in a Posthuman Age

Pedagogical Explorations in a Posthuman Age

The series Educational Futures would be a call on all aspects of education, not only specific subject specialist, ... series at http://www.palgrave.com/gp/series/15418 jan jagodzinski Pedagogical Explorations in a Posthuman Age Essays on.

Author: jan jagodzinski

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030486181

Category: Education

Page: 327

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This book problematizes the role of education in an increasingly mediatized world through the lenses of creativity, new media, and consumerism. At the core of the issue, the author argues, creativity in art education is being co-opted to serve the purposes of current economic trends towards designer capitalism. Using an East meets West approach, jagodzinski draws on Deleuze and Guattarian philosophy to explore visual and popular culture in Korean society, addressing the tensions that exist between designer education and art that explores the human condition. In doing so, he challenges art educators to envision a new paradigm for education which questions established media ontologies and incorporates new ways to confront the crisis of the Anthropocene.
Categories: Education

Pedagogy in the Anthropocene

Pedagogy in the Anthropocene

Pedagogical Explorations in a Posthuman Age: Essays on Designer Capitalism, Eco-Aestheticism, Visual and Popular Culture as West-East Meet (Springer-Palgrave, 2020) and with Jessie Beier as editor, Ahuman Pedagogy: A Manifesto from the ...

Author: Michael Paulsen

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030909802

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Post Digital Post Internet Art and Education

Post Digital  Post Internet Art and Education

(2019) Schizoanalytic ventures at the end of the world: Film, video, art and pedagogical challenges. Palgrave-Springer. jagodzinski, j. (2020). Pedagogical explorations in a posthuman age: Essays on designer capitalism, eco-aestheticism ...

Author: Kevin Tavin

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030737702

Category: Education

Page: 308

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This open access edited volume provides theoretical, practical, and historical perspectives on art and education in a post-digital, post-internet era. Recently, these terms have been attached to artworks, artists, exhibitions, and educational practices that deal with the relationships between online and offline, digital and physical, and material and immaterial. By taking the current socio-technological conditions of the post-digital and the post-internet seriously, contributors challenge fixed narratives and field-specific ownership of these terms, as well as explore their potential and possible shortcomings when discussing art and education. Chapters also recognize historical forebears of digital art and education while critically assessing art, media, and other realms of engagement. This book encourages readers to explore what kind of educational futures might a post-digital, post-internet era engender.
Categories: Education

Debates in Art and Design Education

Debates in Art and Design Education

Pedagogical Explorations in a Posthuman Age: Essays on Designer Capitalism, Eco-Aestheticism, Visual and Popular Culture as West-East Meet (forthcoming, Springer-Palgrave 2020). Verna Kuutti is an art educator and a Finnish language and ...

Author: Nicholas Addison

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429513817

Category: Education

Page: 230

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Debates in Art and Design Education encourages student and practising teachers to engage with contemporary issues and developments in learning and teaching. This fully updated second edition introduces key issues, concepts and tensions in order to help art educators develop a critical approach to their practice in response to the changing fields of education and visual culture. Accessible, comprehensive chapters are designed to stimulate thinking and understanding in relation to theory and practice, and help art educators to make informed judgements by arguing from a position based on theoretical knowledge and understanding. Contributing artists, lecturers and teachers debate a wide range of issues including: the latest policy and initiatives in secondary art education the concepts, skills and dispositions that can be developed through art education tensions inherent in developing the inclusive Art and Design classroom citizenship education within Art and Design teaching new practices in community arts education examining ‘whiteness’ in the sector Debates in Art and Design Education is for all student and practising teachers interested in furthering their understanding of an exciting, ever-changing field, and supports art educators in articulating how the subject is a vital, engaging and necessary part of the twenty-first century curriculum.
Categories: Education

The Ethics of Generating Posthumans

The Ethics of Generating Posthumans

The nihilistic First World War was inextricably linked to the new atheism of the age, the blame for which he laid ... pedagogy. In the 1917 book The New Education,25 Bavinck offered a lengthy exploration of the future of education ...

Author: Calum MacKellar

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781350216556

Category: Philosophy

Page: 248

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Should transhuman and posthuman persons ever be brought into existence? And if so, could they be generated in a good and loving way? This study explores how society may respond to the actual generation of new kinds of persons from ethical, philosophical, and theological perspectives. Contributors to this volume address a number of essential questions, including the ethical ramifications of generating new life, the relationships that generators may have with their creations, and how these creations may consider their generation. This collection's interdisciplinary approach traverses the philosophical writings of Aristotle, Aquinas, Kant, Nietzsche, and Heidegger, alongside theological considerations from Jewish, Christian, and Islamic traditions. It invites academics, faith leaders, policy makers, and stakeholders to think through the ethical gamut of generating posthuman and transhuman persons.
Categories: Philosophy

The Posthuman Child

The Posthuman Child

in this book are between three and eleven years of age. It offers educational support in how to challenge this discrimination through engagement with philosophy with children as a transformative educational practice.

Author: Karin Murris

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317511687

Category: Education

Page: 282

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The Posthuman Child combats institutionalised ageist practices in primary, early childhood and teacher education. Grounded in a critical posthumanist perspective on the purpose of education, it provides a genealogy of psychology, sociology and philosophy of childhood in which dominant figurations of child and childhood are exposed as positioning child as epistemically and ontologically inferior. Entangled throughout this book are practical and theorised examples of philosophical work with student teachers, teachers, other practitioners and children (aged 3-11) from South Africa and Britain. These engage arguments about how children are routinely marginalised, discriminated against and denied, especially when the child is also female, black, lives in poverty and whose home language is not English. The book makes a distinctive contribution to the decolonisation of childhood discourses. Underpinned by good quality picturebooks and other striking images, the book's radical proposal for transformation is to reconfigure the child as rich, resourceful and resilient through relationships with (non) human others, and explores the implications for literary and literacy education, teacher education, curriculum construction, implementation and assessment. It is essential reading for all who research, work and live with children.
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Educational Research in the Age of Anthropocene

Educational Research in the Age of Anthropocene

In confronting such encounters we have been drawn to Deleuze and Guattari's theoretical explorations in A ... and practice and propose that the insights from early childhood as a leader in the application of posthuman theories can be ...

Author: Reyes, Vicente

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781522553182

Category: Education

Page: 352

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The current geological age has had a profound effect on the relationship between society and nature, and it raises new issues for researchers. It is important for educational research to engage with the politics of knowledge production and address the ecological, economic, and political dynamics of the Anthropocene era. Educational Research in the Age of Anthropocene is a pivotal reference source that provides vital research on the impact of educational research paradigms through the dynamic interaction of human society and the environment. While highlighting topics such as human consciousness, complexity thinking, and queer theory, this publication explores the historical trends of theories, as well as the context in which educational models have been employed. This book is ideally designed for professors, academicians, advanced-level students, scholars, and educational researchers seeking current research on the contestability of educational research in contemporary environments.
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Posthumanism and Literacy Education

Posthumanism and Literacy Education

Doing time: An exploration of timescapes in literacy learning and research. ... Scaling as literacy activity: Mobility and educational inequality in an age of global connectivity. Research in the Teaching of English, 50(3), 263– 287.

Author: Candace R. Kuby

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351603089

Category: Education

Page: 254

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Covering key terms and concepts in the emerging field of posthumanism and literacy education, this volume investigates posthumanism, not as a lofty theory, but as a materialized way of knowing/becoming/doing the world. The contributors explore the ways that posthumanism helps educators better understand how students, families, and communities come to know/become/do literacies with other humans and nonhumans. Illustrative examples show how posthumanist theories are put to work in and out of school spaces as pedagogies and methodologies in literacy education. With contributions from a range of scholars, from emerging to established, and from both U.S. and international settings, the volume covers literacy practices from pre-K to adult literacy across various contexts. Chapter authors not only wrestle with methodological tensions in doing posthumanist research, but also situate it within pedagogies of teaching literacies. Inviting readers to pause, slow down, and consider posthumanist ways of thinking about agency, intra-activity, subjectivity, and affect, this book explores and experiments with new ways of seeing, understanding, and defining literacies, and allows readers to experience and intra-act with the book in ways more traditional (re)presentations do not.
Categories: Education

Digital Rhetoric and Global Literacies Communication Modes and Digital Practices in the Networked World

Digital Rhetoric and Global Literacies  Communication Modes and Digital Practices in the Networked World

Designing educational technology: Computer-mediated change. ... Contemporary composition: The major pedagogical theories. ... In L. Worsham, & G. Olson (Eds.), Plugged in technology: Rhetoric and culture in a posthuman age (pp. 95–124).

Author: Verhulsdonck, Gustav

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781466649170

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 398

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Understanding digital modes and practices of traditional rhetoric are essential in emphasizing information and interaction in human-to-human and human-computer contexts. These emerging technologies are essential in gauging information processes across global contexts. Digital Rhetoric and Global Literacies: Communication Modes and Digital Practices in the Networked World compiles relevant theoretical frameworks, current practical applications, and emerging practices of digital rhetoric. Highlighting the key principles and understandings of the underlying modes, practices, and literacies of communication, this book is a vital guide for professionals, scholars, researchers, and educators interested in finding clarity and enrichment in the diverse perspectives of digital rhetoric research.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines

Computational Linguistics Concepts Methodologies Tools and Applications

Computational Linguistics  Concepts  Methodologies  Tools  and Applications

Designing educational technology: Computer-mediated change. ... Contemporary composition: The major pedagogical theories. ... In L. Worsham, & G. Olson (Eds.), Plugged in technology: Rhetoric and culture in a posthuman age (pp. 95–124).

Author: Management Association, Information Resources

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781466660434

Category: Computers

Page: 1727

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In a globalized society, effective communication is critical, and study of language from a mathematical perspective can shed light on new ways in which to express meaning across cultures and nations. Computational Linguistics: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications explores language by dissecting the phonemic aspects of various communication systems in order to identify similarities and pitfalls in the expression of meaning. With applications in a variety of areas, from psycholinguistics and cognitive science to computer science and artificial intelligence, this multivolume reference work will be of use to researchers, professionals, and educators on the cutting edge of language acquisition and communication science.
Categories: Computers