In Focus

At the heart of his blog is the question of what pedagogic value is added by employing a risk-conscious digital mobile ethnographic pedagogy outdoors as opposed to more traditional modes of teaching and learning.

Ethnographic Work

Projects on this site will explore the potential pedagogic value of an ethnographic approach.

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Christian Wilke

With his thesis, titled ‘READMOLE’ (Risk-conscious Ethnographic Approach in Digital Mobile Outdoor Learning Education), Christian explores his key research interests, which are students’ non-participation in their own learning, the development of curricula that link formal and informal learning and so contribute to wider social issues around community cohesion and the development of enquiry-based approaches to learning that supports and develops independent learning skills and dispositions.

At the heart of his project is the question of what pedagogic value is added by employing a digital ethnographic pedagogy as opposed to more traditional modes of teaching.

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Databite No. 76: Neil Selwyn

Neil Selwyn presents (Dis)Connected Learning: the messy realities of digital schooling: In this Databite, Neil Selwyn will work through some emerging headline findings from a new three-year study of digital technology use in Australian high schools. Neil will highlight the ways in which schools’ actual uses of technology often contradict presumptions of ‘connected learning’, ‘digital …

A student guide to Enquiry-Based Learning (EBL)

Enquiry-based Learning (EBL) is an active kind of learning being implemented in higher education institutions across the U.K. and world-wide. It is being used across university courses, in myriad subjects as diverse as Medicine, Geography, English and Engineering. EBL gives students the opportunity to take control of their own learning, and get what they want …

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