Why dialogue matters: Digitalization and learning as a worlding practice

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Abstract

In the face of the world in crisis, this book investigates the significance of digital technologies in human learning. Learning does not just represent an internalization of knowledge but an activity of both making and making meaning of the world as we participate in it. It is an essential activity in future society and the question emerges in how far digital technologies can help to expand and enrich learning as a collaborative worlding practice. What is the significance and relevance of digital artifacts for students’ learning? Where can they nourish learning to become with the world and where are they more of a hindrance? How does digitalization transform learners’ conduct of everyday life and activity of learning, and how can we, as learners as well as teachers, approach these transformations critically and constructively?
OriginalsprogEngelsk
UdgivelsesstedLondon
ForlagRoutledge
StatusAccepteret/In press - 2022

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