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Chapter 17 Articulation from an Aesthetic Environment

Abstract

This chapter describes the construction of project area for a/r/tographic practice in the teacher education programs at a university in the degree courses in Early Child Education. These practices are based on Deweyan concepts of experience; specifically, that the value of experience does not reside in the object or situation that produces it, but in the consequences and impacts on the participants, who experience it. A/r/tographic research is understood to be collective and relational, which enables forms of networking, as it enacts connection between participants within unfolding situations. With this, one of the primary aims of this research lies in promoting a/r/tographic actions, in which the participants involved build their own structures of organization and production of their own experience. A/r/tographic research practices are based on experience as the central concept, a space and place for relationships, and an organization or network of people involved.

In: Imagining Dewey