DescriptionThis symposium discusses various topics within educational research inspired by post-approaches. As an umbrella term, post-approaches relate to ontological turns, questioning ontological and epistemological assumptions of a human-centred worldview and thus, radically shaking how knowledge, learning, and teaching are understood. As knowledge-creation includes relational, material, and affective matters and doings and happens in relations between humans and nonhumans (Taylor, 2016), post-approaches shake who matters and what counts as knowledge in education and teacher education. As such, this symposium concerns re-thinking education and teacher education as doings and becomings with/in a more-than-human world.
The symposium includes four presentations (15 minutes), ending with provocations to invite the audience to consider otherness and different ways of doing/becoming/knowing during an academic conference. After the presentations, a discussant will think with the presentations and topics (25 minutes).
AdditionaldescriptionOrganiser-chair: Charlotta Hilli & Sofia Jusslin, Åbo Akademi University
Presenters: Kaisa Korpinen (University of Turku), Jenny Renlund (University of Helsinki), Jenny Byman (University of Helsinki), Mindy Svenlin (Åbo Akademi University), and Alexandra Nordström (University of Helsinki)
Discussant: Annika Pastuhov (Åbo Akademi University)
|Period||8 May 2023|
|Event title||NoFa9 – The 9th Nordic Conference on Subject Education: NoFa9|
|Location||Vasa, FinlandShow on map|
|Degree of Recognition||International|
Documents & Links
Reading reflections diffractively - becoming teachers
Activity: Talk or presentation › Conference presentation