Teaching and learning with Canadian art students in North Iceland: towards the Posthuman
This article presents a reflective consideration of the author’s design and implementation of the Iceland Field School for Concordia University (Montreal, Canada), describing her desire to bring her teaching, research and art-making practices in line with her posthuman values. Named “Imagining Iceland,” this course provided 13 senior undergraduate and graduate...
How to embed performative Theatre of the Oppressed in Higher Education systems
This article analyses the implications of the adoption of Theatre of the Oppressed as practice art-based methods in Higher Education programmes. The Theatre of the Oppressed (TO) is a form of popular and participatory theatre that fosters democratic and cooperative forms of interaction in order to sustain processes of personal...
A Becoming, Humanist Child: An analysis of Learning and Care in the Swedish Curriculum for the Preschool (Lpfö 18)
A new, revised curriculum for the Swedish preschool came into effect in July 2019. According to the National Agency of Education, it differs from its predecessor by putting a greater emphasis on care and teaching. This paper studies how the child is conceptualized in relation to learning and care in...
A meditation on what a post-human education might look like: Touching something beyond myself and my time
Two academics meditate on the state of education and seek wisdom from the poets and other creative writers to illuminate their unknowing. We acknowledge the growing disquiet that all is not working well in education. Is the education on offer fit for purpose? Does it prepare students for a world...
Conducting Research with Pedagogues: A Case Study Conceptualizing the Playground as an Informal Learning Environment