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 A╬▓mann, I’ve gotten a hold of some interviews and a photo (right). Some of the … Continue reading

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