Monthly Archives: June 2012

Learning Theory as Instructional Technology – or "the Animal Method of Learning"

Just got a paper accepted for a collection (edited by Neil Selwyn & Kari Facer) on The Politics of Education & Technology forthcoming from Palgrave. The focus of my contribution is on the technological, instrumentalist character of learning theories that … Continue reading

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Who was Klaus Mollenhauer?

I’ve been working on the introduction for the translation of Klaus Mollenhauer’s Forgotten Connections (more info about the book here). Through the generous of Alex Aβmann, I’ve gotten a hold of some interviews and a photo (right). Some of the … Continue reading

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