Pedagogical Experiences: Emergent Conversations In/With Place/s

  • Corinna Peterken Brigham Young University
  • Miriam Potts Victoria University in Melbourne
Keywords: walking-with, knowledge emergence, making, relationality, pedagogy

Abstract

In this paper, we find and share emergent and relational learning practices through intra-actions with people, places, and materials. We are pedagogical and artistic practitioners who learn from experiencing the world with others and explore relational “intra-actions” (Barad, 2003) that facilitate knowledge-making practices. Contrary to mainstream Anthropocentric understandings, we do not see humans as the only agents in learning. Rather, we learn with other beings—places, materials, humans, and more-than-humans—as we attend to and move with each other.

Published
2021-06-24
How to Cite
PeterkenC., & PottsM. (2021). Pedagogical Experiences: Emergent Conversations In/With Place/s . LEARNing Landscapes, 14(1), 289-304. https://doi.org/10.36510/learnland.v14i1.1036