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in this context is its hybridity. Knowledge recruited in radical workers’ education is multi-faceted, comprising a range of complex articulations of different forms of knowledge. Workers’ experiential knowledge itself ranges from the concrete to the abstract, from the local to the general, and from

In: Workers’ Education in the Global South
Author: Linda Cooper

was illustrated in Chapter 3 in the educational philosophy of the emerging labour movement in the 1970s and 1980s, as well as that of the Workers’ College more than 25 years later. This process was illustrated in Chapter 4 in the evidence of the hybrid forms of knowledge drawn upon in workers

In: Workers’ Education in the Global South

hopes to be able to describe accurately. ( Rorty, 1979 , p. 378) Rorty proposes a hybrid notion of conversation based on a combination of Oakeshott and Gadamer as a means of ‘saving’ philosophy from obscurity and irrelevance in a post-philosophical culture. There is no mistaking his purpose when he

In: Teaching, Responsibility, and the Corruption of Youth

and professors … It really benefits students to explore the collaborative nature of teaching in general and values the unique knowledge that students bring into their program rather than professors just treating them as empty vessels. The second thematic area covers the idea of hybrid teaching

In: Art as an Agent for Social Change

. Instead, the emphasis appears to be on innovation, discovery, hybridity; this theatre seeks to generate something new” (p. 194). However, I must stop this inquiry here. How to diversify theatre training programs is not the goal of this investigation, but I encourage others to take up this task. The

In: Art as an Agent for Social Change

Books . Reilly , R. C. ( 2011 ). “We knew her …” Murder in a small town: A hybrid work in three voices . Qualitative Inquiry , 17 ( 7 ), 599 – 601 . https://doi:10.1177/1077800411413997 Saldaña , J. ( 1998 ). Ethical issues in an ethnographic performance text: The “dramatic impact” of

In: Art as an Agent for Social Change

displacement, whether in refugee camps or urban areas. Some provide strictly online education ( Zlatkin-Troitschanskaia et al., 2018 ) while others provide a hybrid model of online modules with on-site instruction ( Abdi, 2016 ; Crea & McFarland, 2015 ; Crea & Sparnon, 2017 ; Russell & Weaver, 2019 ). These

In: Refugees and Higher Education

) flattened hierarchy, (2) hybrid teaching, (3) personalised learning, and (4) and affective expression. Next, Tone Pernille Østern, in her chapter, “Choreographic Processes as Poetic, Political, and Pedagogical Action in Contemporary Times,” diffracts through this ongoing choreographic research project by

In: Art as an Agent for Social Change

there is little agreement on what is included or excluded under the term. Vocational education straddles formal, informal, and nonformal education as well as the public and private sectors. It can take place in school-like institutions such as colleges, in workplaces, or in hybrid spaces. It can be

In: Grading Goal Four

falls beyond the scope of this specific section of the chapter. 5 Similarly, the emergence of hybrid assessments combining elements from LSA s with household-based educational surveys ( Wagner, 2011 ) would have had comparable ‘diluting’ effects.

In: Grading Goal Four