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A shift in systems: (co-)conceptualising pedagogy in an era of continuous complexity

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This paper has been published in The Buckingham Journal of Education available at http://ubplj.org/index.php/TBJE/article/view/1996

As a result of complex co-constructive entanglements of contemporary lived-ex-perience, this paper develops ideas from posthumanist and material perspectives on education, that recognise, unpack and analyse the particular dynamic, co-con-structive nature of the postdigital entanglements of technology with the epistemic and ontological development of students (Bozalek, Braidotti, Shefer and Zemby-las, 2018). Drawing from Haraway’s idea of symbiogenesis, (2016), this paper suggests that a critical facet of contemporary pedagogy requires an understanding of the key skill of poiesis, to render visible the entangled ontology of the contem-porary postdigital adolescent to better inform appropriate pedagogic developments.

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Buckingham Journal of Education

Publisher

University of Buckingham

Publication Date

17/11/2021

Version

VoR (Version of Record)

Citation

Barritt, L., Popovac, M., Woodward, M., & Thompson, S. (2021) 'A Shift in Systems:(Co-) conceptualising Pedagogy in an Era of Continuous Complexity', The Buckingham Journal of Education, 2(2)

Electronic ISSN

2633-4909

Cardiff Met Affiliation

  • Cardiff School of Art and Design

Cardiff Met Authors

Laura Barritt Martyn Woodward Stephen Thompson

Cardiff Met Research Centre/Group

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© The Authors

Language

en