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Sannino, Annalisa – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2022
The research programme on transformative agency by double stimulation within cultural-historical activity theory is a resource for responding to pressing societal needs of our time. The peculiarity of this programme lies in the ambition to develop a rigorous approach to grasping processes of collective transformative agency and generating viable…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Social Theories, Transformative Learning, Intervention
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Hopwood, Nick; Gottschalk, Belinda – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2022
This article examines how transformative agency arises in families where parents are struggling with aspects of caring for young children. The mechanisms of how volitional action develops into transformative agency in everyday settings are not well understood. A fine-grained analysis of change is presented in the case of a parent who resolved…
Descriptors: Child Rearing, Parenting Skills, Conflict, Motivation
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Grant, Carolyn – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2022
Learners, because of their minor status, are a virtual absence in everyday school leadership work, particularly on the African continent. School leadership, therefore, continues to be misconceived as an adult phenomenon. Framed by Cultural Historical Activity Theory, this paper reports on a Southern African Higher Education study that engages with…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Leadership Training, Stimulation, Transformational Leadership
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Nuttall, Joce – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2022
This article considers the ethical dimensions of efforts to develop professional practice with others, informed by literature on the ethics of intervention in education. Data are presented from three studies with workplace teams in early childhood education in Australia and New Zealand that have employed double stimulation within Change Laboratory…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Early Childhood Education, Ethics, Intervention
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Engeström, Yrjö; Nuttall, Joce; Hopwood, Nick – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2022
Theories of agency are often borrowed from psychology and sociology; truly educational theories of agency are rare -- theories that not only classify and measure dimensions of agency but enable us to understand how its formation can be pedagogically facilitated. Based on Sannino's recent work on transformative agency by double stimulation (TADS),…
Descriptors: Empowerment, Social Theories, Change, Stimulation
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Hopwood, Nick; Dahlberg, Johanna; Blomberg, Marie; Abrandt Dahlgren, Madeleine – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2022
This paper explains how simulation-based continuing professional education can enable professionals to overcome significant challenges in healthcare practice. It focuses on pedagogies that address conflicts of motives experienced by teams at work by promoting collective use of protocols and an auxiliary motive to collaborate in agile, relational…
Descriptors: Medical Services, Simulation, Professional Development, Conflict Resolution
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Chawla-Duggan, Rita; Konantambigi, Rajani; Lam, Michelle Mei Seung; Sollied, Sissel – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2022
Our research community has limited understanding about the potential of video. This paper uses double stimulation and transformative agency to analyse two video modalities, extraction, and reflection; in a study about learning as it develops through family interactions. As researchers we were interested in children's motives. However, the children…
Descriptors: Video Technology, Social Science Research, Educational Research, Stimulation
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Hasegawa, Yuka – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2022
This article develops an emergentist theory of children's agency. To make this claim, it first identifies the following two predicaments that scholars have faced in children's agency research: (1) social ambiguity in distinguishing children's learning from adults' guidance; and (2) causal uncertainty between children's cognitive development and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Student Empowerment, Scaffolding (Teaching Technique), Reflection
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Cox, A. M.; Benson Marshall, M.; Burnham, J. A. J.; Care, L.; Herrick, T.; Jones, M. – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2022
Despite its practical and symbolic importance, the role of space in higher education remains under-researched. This study develops an understanding of student experience of the campus as a learning landscape. It is based on 28 participatory walking interviews with students, including the hand drawing of a campus map. Participants tended to see…
Descriptors: Space Utilization, School Buildings, School Space, Higher Education
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Joseph Jeyaraj, Joanna; Gandolfi, Franco – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2022
In this paper, servant leadership and critical pedagogy are amalgamated to explore how aspirations for a greater measure of social justice may be addressed within higher education. A preliminary framework is proposed based on three concepts from critical pedagogy: trust, dialogue, and empowerment. In-depth discussion precipitates valuable insights…
Descriptors: Student Empowerment, Social Justice, Critical Theory, Leadership Styles
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Gunnarsson, Karin – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2022
This paper explores the teaching practice of norms and equality in an upper secondary school in Sweden focusing on affective dimensions. The teaching and the affective qualities engendered were explored empirically and theoretically with a specific focus on engagements. Inspired by feminist posthumanism, a relational ontology was used to embrace…
Descriptors: Behavior Standards, Social Behavior, Equal Education, Psychological Patterns
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Villacañas de Castro, Luis S.; Moreno-Serrano, Laura M.; Giner Real, Clàudia – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2022
The collaborative action research project presented analysed the potential of museum education to radically transform the way in which English was taught and learnt in three diverse elementary, middle, and high-school contexts in the province of València (Spain). Insights from museum education and New Literacy Studies were used to expand upon the…
Descriptors: Museums, Teaching Methods, Cultural Awareness, Literacy
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Adamu, Amina; Tsiga, Aisha Umar; Zuilkowski, Stephanie Simmons – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2022
Teachers in northern Nigeria face large class sizes that lead to challenges in successfully teaching children to read. In this study, we documented primary grades classes with as many as 160 children. We used in-depth interviews with 20 teachers in Kano State to explore how teachers approached reading instruction, as these numbers preclude the…
Descriptors: Reading Instruction, Large Group Instruction, Foreign Countries, Classroom Techniques
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Frelin, Anneli; Grannäs, Jan – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2022
Teaching in new kinds of learning environments could prove challenging, and a successful transition is facilitated by user involvement. This article reports results from the planning and rebuilding phase of a multi-zone flexible learning environment. On two occasions, one virtual and one on-site walk-through, two groups of secondary school…
Descriptors: Affordances, Educational Environment, Secondary School Teachers, Teacher Attitudes
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Lewis, Kirstin; Pearce, Sarah – Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 2022
This article draws on the work of Nel Noddings to suggest that the current neoliberal, marketised system of education is eroding caring relationships in schools. Data are drawn from a small-scale qualitative study of an ethnically diverse group of high attaining sixth form students from a successful urban academy. Based on this data, we argue that…
Descriptors: High Achievement, Postsecondary Education, Foreign Countries, Caring
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