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Pedagogies of taking care : art, pedagogy and the gift of otherness
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  • Pedagogies of taking care : art, pedagogy and the gift of otherness
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  • Bloomsbury Academic, London [England] : 2022 Bloomsbury Publishing, [London, England] : 2022
  • 2022
  • Språk: Engelska.
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Edition Statement
  • First edition.
Physical Description
  • 1 online resource (256 pages)
Bibliography, etc. Note
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
  • Introduction: An Ethico-Aesthetic Project for a Pedagogy of Taking Care -- 1. Changing the Value of the Currency in Pedagogic Work -- 2. Pedagogy, Conditions and Value -- 3. Gilbert Simondon's Transduction and Pedagogic Practice -- 4. On the Idea of Speculative Pedagogies -- 5. The Scandal of the Truth of Art and its Implications for Art in Education -- 6. The Gift of Otherness -- 7. Pedagogic Work and Art Practice -- 8. Pedagogy of the Interstices -- Conclusion -- References -- Index.
Summary, etc
  • "This book traces the notion of care and civic values in education that are largely devalued today by neoliberal economic concerns. Through a discussion of educators and philosophers including Arendt, Foucault, Guattari, Patocka, Simondon, Stengers and Whitehead Atkinson explores the 'gift of otherness' in relation to an ethico-politics of pedagogic practice and learning, including art education. He argues for pedagogical practices that facilitate and support each learner's pathways through what is called a pedagogy of taking care. This involves paying due attention, with empathy, to each learner's pathway of learning and to the difference and divergence of such pathways. It also requires the teacher to take care, to be vigilant towards their own pedagogical frameworks that inform pedagogical work, particularly when a student or child produces work that does not accord with such frameworks. Atkinson not only critiques the world as it is, but offers possible futures of being, not dominated by the neoliberal tools of force and power. Pedagogies of care allow us to think differently about education and art education, and revaluate it's meaning within research, classrooms, non-formal contexts of education and cultural institutions."-- Provided by publisher.
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  • Print version: ISBN 9781350288362
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This book traces the notion of care and civic values in education that are largely devalued today by neoliberal economic concerns. Through a discussion of educators and philosophers including Arendt, Foucault, Guattari, Patocka, Simondon, Stengers and Whitehead, Atkinson explores the 'gift of otherness' in relation to an ethico-politics of pedagogic practice and learning, including art education. He argues for pedagogical practices that facilitate and support each learner's pathways through what is called a pedagogy of taking care. This involves paying due attention, with empathy, to each learner's pathway of learning and to the difference and divergence of such pathways. It also requires the teacher to take care, to be vigilant towards their own pedagogical frameworks that inform pedagogical work, particularly when a student or child produces work that does not accord with such frameworks. Atkinson not only critiques current educational policy but advocates possible futures of being, not dominated by the neoliberal tools of force and power. Pedagogies of taking care allow us to think differently about education and art education, and revaluate it's meaning within research, classrooms, non-formal contexts of education and cultural institutions.