Digitalization and Learning as a Worlding Practice : Why Dialogue Matters, Paperback / softback Book

Digitalization and Learning as a Worlding Practice : Why Dialogue Matters Paperback / softback

Part of the Concepts for Critical Psychology series

Paperback / softback

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In the face of a world in crisis, Digitalization and Learning as a Worlding Practice: Why Dialogue Matters examines the significance of digital technologies in human learning. The book explores how learning is not just an internalization of knowledge but a problem- oriented activity of engaging with the world, a process of both meaning making and world making.

It raises a pivotal question: how can digital technologies help to expand and enrich learning as a collaborative worlding practice?

It discusses the importance of digital artifacts in shaping students’ learning experiences, discerning how they nourish meaningful engagement and where they pose a hindrance.

The book also investigates the role of digitalization in transforming everyday life and learning activity of students, and how learners, teachers, and educators can approach these transformations critically and constructively.

Based on an embodied, subject- and world- centered concept of learning, the book offers its readers a sophisticated understanding of the inner connection between digitalization and learning. This book will appeal to students and scholars in Psychology, Education, and Science and Technology Studies, as well as to anyone concerned with the implications of digital technology for the processes of human learning.


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