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Introduction: The changing world of pedagogy in diverse cultural contexts

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posted on 2024-06-03, 22:59 authored by Stephen DobsonStephen Dobson, Brit Svoen
In this book we are interested in how learning inclusion in a digital age can lead to an enhanced voice and sense of belonging for all participants. We are also interested in how this entails the establishment of what we would call cultures of learning inclusion. The emphasis is upon culture; we mentioned the Norwegian anthropologist Frederik Barth in the Preface who highlighted the importance of the weave of individuals in social relationships as a foundation for inclusion. This weave gives rise to different forms of community, digital or otherwise and, by extension, accompanying cultures with different markers that offer ways of expressing and understanding others, setting expectations and making possible a sense of belonging and voice for participants. Cultures of inclusion are shared ways of being together through the weave of activities taking place. But what might culture mean in an educational sense for cultures of learning inclusion? Let us consider some examples.

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Dobson S; Svoen B; Agrusti G; Hardy P

Start Page

1

End Page

11

Number of Pages

10

ISBN-13

9789819971954

Publisher

Springer

Place of Publication

Singapore

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CC BY 4.0 DEED

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  • Yes

Open Access

  • Yes

Era Eligible

  • Yes

Chapter Number

Introduction

Parent Title

Learning inclusion in a digital age: Belonging and finding a voice with the disadvantaged

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