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Week 10 Summary

I don’t think I had any entries on my lifestream for Week 10- so can’t offer a summary! I spent the week reading the core papers- I think I didn’t finish them until near the end of the week and then started working on posting some thoughts about them.

Pedagogy for the 21st Century

Short video on a pedagogy for the future – our existing model is too old and out of touch- we need to consider learners as co-constructors

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Academetron, automaton, phantom: uncanny digital pedagogies

This paper looks at exploring a pedagogy which tackles the knock-on effects of the digital on education- teaching being ‘defamiliarised’, and our notions of place, body, time and text challenged, where previously they had been dependable ‘certainties’. The adjective ‘uncanny’ is well suited, for the effect that cyberspace can have on us- the familiar becomes [...]

Week 10 ‘Lost & Found’- Usher, Edwards

This core paper from week 10 discusses some ideas that we’ve come across already – the impact that technology will have on the ‘transmission’ model of teaching (for teacher, learner and institution) and what cyberspace means for learning.

Some of the implications that technology and cyberspace have for education -more individualised learning (by making it more [...]