Making Change: Produsing Hybrid Learning Products
2014 (English)In: Hybrid Pedagogy - a digital journal of learning, teaching and technology, ISSN 2332-2098Article in journal (Refereed) Published
Too often, we demand from our students written proof of learning in the form of academic text. This is perhaps especially true within the humanities and the social sciences. We have, however, previously argued for the importance of installing an agency for change in students. For us, this agency seems unlikely to come only from producing a text that will at worst only be read by an examiner and at best also by a few classmates. This feeling of agency and efficacy (the capacity to produce an effect) rather comes with produsing hybrid learning products belonging to new/other genres than the ’pure’ critically reflecting text (or hardcore exams). We do not oppose critical reflection as being a foundation stone of any education, but as Laurillard, we argue that further inspiration could be taken from engineering, architecture, computer science and medicine in encouraging more of a ”design thinking” in (digital) humanities students. On a more general scale this is an approach that would combine critical reflection and experiential learning, and imbue students with an agency to make change and, quite literally, push things forward.
Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
Madison, WI: Instructure/Hybrid pedagogy , 2014.
new media, hybrid learning, hybrid pedagogy
Pedagogy Human Aspects of ICT
Research subject Education
IdentifiersURN: urn:nbn:se:su:diva-102999OAI: oai:DiVA.org:su-102999DiVA: diva2:714258