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Arts Speaker Series - Learning as an Affective Jolt to Thought: A Pedagogy of Loss in Teacher Education

Arts Speaker Series - Learning as an Affective Jolt to Thought: A Pedagogy of Loss in Teacher Education

KPU Surrey
Surrey Cedar Boardroom 2110

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Tuesday, March 5, 2019, 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

 

Learning as an Affective Jolt to Thought: A Pedagogy of Loss in Teacher Education

Dr. Adrienne Boulton, Educational Studies

 

How does meaningful learning occur in teacher education and what conditions make this process possible? This presentation will examine types of experiences that provoke a loss of certainty in teacher candidate’s perceptions in of what constitutes ‘good teacher practice’. These moments, produced through affective jolts to thought, create a pedagogical potential for teacher candidates to disrupt their perceptions and memories of what constitutes good practice and in doing so, provoke new and alternate potential for teacher practice.

America/Vancouver Arts Speaker Series - Learning as an Affective Jolt to Thought: A Pedagogy of Loss in Teacher Education Tuesday, March 5, 2019, 11:30 am - 12:30 pm   Surrey Cedar Boardroom 2110 KPU Surrey