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The Phenomenology of Participation: Derrida and the Future of Pedagogy

The Phenomenology of Participation: Derrida and the Future of Pedagogy | Allicansee | Scoop.it
Hospitality in the classroom and digital pedagogical practices encourage participatory pedagogy and collective action. This model of learning and teaching emphasizes the shared responsibility between all members to contribute to...

 

Critical digital pedagogues and hospitality-based classrooms reject hierarchical power structures that privilege a binary relationship between teachers and students and academia and a wider public; they reject logocentric knowledge-making that insists on single medium composition practices, single meaning interpretations, and single, academic-only audiences. Indeed, as Sean Michael Morris has argued, digital writing is a rebellion embodied by différance.


Critical digital pedagogues and hospitality-based classrooms reject hierarchical power structures that privilege a binary relationship between teachers and students and academia and a wider public; they reject logocentric knowledge-making that insists on single medium composition practices, single meaning interpretations, and single, academic-only audiences. Indeed, as Sean Michael Morris has argued, digital writing is a rebellion embodied by différance.


Like Derrida’s theory of language, critical digital pedagogy encourages the freeplay of intellectual rigor; it acknowledges discourse as communal, the multiplicity of decentered learning environments, and collaborative construction; it rethinks the materials of communication and the mutability of meaning; it celebrates the networked nature of the critical work of learning, teaching, and being.



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ICTPHMS's comment, May 14, 1:03 PM
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Gust MEES's curator insight, May 14, 5:42 PM

Like Derrida’s theory of language, critical digital pedagogy encourages the freeplay of intellectual rigor; it acknowledges discourse as communal, the multiplicity of decentered learning environments, and collaborative construction; it rethinks the materials of communication and the mutability of meaning; it celebrates the networked nature of the critical work of learning, teaching, and being.


The Rice Process's curator insight, May 14, 6:11 PM

"Hospitality in the classroom radically rethinks the “territory” of the learning space because it alters the rights and obligations of both students and teachers". The notion of hospitality speaks the host's  openness, welcoming, inviting, and .caring nature. Hospitality elevates the learning space. 

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Cyber criminals innovate like businesses, forming global industry: report | ZDNet

Cyber criminals innovate like businesses, forming global industry: report | ZDNet | Allicansee | Scoop.it
The latest advice from the Information Security Forum discusses the nature of existing and emerging cyber threats as well as the potential risks and rewards at stake for everyone.

 

Cyber criminals are more business-minded than you might expect, and their financial rewards and power are increasing rapidly, according to new research from the Information Security Forum, a global independent organization dedicated to investigating information security and risk management.

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Privacy: Facial recognition app helps you internet stalk that girl you saw on the bus

Privacy: Facial recognition app helps you internet stalk that girl you saw on the bus | Allicansee | Scoop.it
If this is true, it's creepy. An upcoming app for smartphones and Google Glass claims to let you take a photo of a complete stranger, and then automatically scan millions of photos uploaded to social networking and dating profiles to see if it can...

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The Evolution of Online Education Technologies—Infographic| The Committed Sardine | schooX.com

The Evolution of Online Education Technologies—Infographic| The Committed Sardine | schooX.com | Allicansee | Scoop.it

Rasmussen College submitted this infographic to Visual.ly recently of how online education technology has come into its own in the digital age. Going as far back as the early 1700's, you really get a sense of just how far we've come from then to today's exponential times in the fields of distance learning and online education, which are gaining in widespread popularity.


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