Nov, 2018

Peer-reviewed artikel

Tings-orienteret undervisning

N.J Pasgaard og Lyngdal, Uffe
I: Dansk pædagogisk tidsskrift nr. 3 – sept 2018

 

Undervisningens indhold, og den læring der knytter sig til undervisningen, må sættes fri. Det kræver, er artiklens argument, at man betragter undervisningens indhold som frie ting.

marts, 2017

Peer-review abstract

Object-­Oriented Education

N.J Pasgaard og Lyngdal, Uffe
At: 45th Congress af The Nordic Educational Research Association

 

Based on Object-­‐Oriented Philosophy (Harman 2005, Boogost 2010) it is argued that 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.

April, 2016

Kapitel i bog/antologi

Flipped-maskiner : om relationerne mellem produktion, distribution og didaktik

Lyngdal, Uffe
I: Schunk, Anders: “Flip din undervisning”, Turbine Akademisk 2016

Med afsæt i et objekt-orienteret perspektiv på relationerne mellem underviser, studerende, teknologi og et operativt konstruktivistisk syn på læring og undervisning giver kapitlet et bud på, hvorfor produktion og distribution ikke kan adskilles i arbejdet med Flipped Classroom-koncepter. Kapitlet argumenterer for at se produktion og distribution som en samlet enhed, hybrid eller maskine, som har sin egen interne kompleksitet, og som er mere eller mindre åben over for forskellige former for kommunikation, undervisning og læring.

Anmeldt i Folkeskolen

Dec, 2014

Afhandling / Speciale

Alien didaktik – fragmenter til forløsning af teknologiens potentiale

Lyngdal, Uffe
I: Institut for Æstetik og Kommunikation, IT-didaktisk design, Aarhus Universitet

This thesis argues for a re-drawing of the distinction between human and technology.

By drawing on Graham Harmans concept of Tool-beings and Levi Bryants radicalization of Luhmanns systems theory this thesis creates the concept of an alien didactics. It is argued that technology can be seen and explored as operationally closed and selective open resting on the same ontological level as humans, and that this approach is vital if we want to explore, understand and get a glimpse of the potentiality of the withdrawn powers of technology.

Furthermore the thesis suggests four methodological approaches to capture some of the potential that lies withdrawn in the vitual prober being of technologies.