Unpacking signs of learning in complex social environments: Desettling neoliberal market-driven educational methodologies, epistemologies and recognitions of learning

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État de publication: Publiée (2018 )

Titre des actes: Rethinking Learning in the Digital Age: Making the Learning Sciences Count, 13th International Conference of the Learning Sciences (ICLS)

Éditeur: International Society of the Learning Sciences

Lieu: Londres, Royaume-Uni

Intervalle de pages: 1320-1327

Résumé: This structured poster session examines the design and study of meaning making in and across multimodal contexts, exploring in particular how the recognition of new signs of learning, in new ways, might enter into the reconfiguration of educational practices and institutions. We expand on recent work in the learning sciences that challenges prevailing power structures and the ways that they are produced by existing ways of recognizing learning. Together, the presentations build on the work of sociocultural and semiotic theories to challenge current neoliberal ideals about what counts as knowing, learning, and becoming, as well as who can come to know.