I: NERA 2017 – Learning and education – material conditions and consequences
Based on Object-‐Oriented Philosophy (Harman 2005, Boogost 2010) it is argued that school must be a suspension of the order and answers we have created in our anthropocentric perception of the world, a suspension that frees the objects from the responses and preconceptions that we have laid down upon them.
School must be an institution for re-enchantment of the world (Oral 2013), a place where objects are given the freedom to present their own intentions to us. Teaching must allow students to dwell in the questions that stem from the meeting between their own perceptions and understandings and the intentions and otherness of the objects of the world.
The 45th Congress of the Nordic Educational Research Association (NERA) in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Varighed: 23 March. 2017 → 25 March. 2017
Konferencens nummer: 45th