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  1. What the Malleability of Kolb’s Learning Style Preferences Reveals About Categorical Differences in Learning.Sidney Newton & Rui Wang - forthcoming - Educational Studies:1-20.
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  • The Tyranny of ‘Teaching and Learning’.Alex Buckley - 2021 - Studies in Philosophy and Education 40 (4):415-427.
    The phrase ‘teaching and learning’ has essentially replaced the word ‘teaching’ in educational discourse. The linguistic shift occurred as part of a wider movement in the 1980s and 1990s to give greater attention to learning in the educational process, and the phrase served a sloganistic function. With the learning paradigm now largely uncontroversial, the phrase—like other ex-slogans—may now be carrying implications more tied to its literal meaning. This paper suggests that the constant reference to learning in the context of teaching (...)
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  • Learning in the City and Responding Reactively.Marianna Papastephanou - 2021 - Ethics and Education 16 (4):440-463.
    ABSTRACT The politics of lifelong learning and learnification have triggered educational philosophy’s justified indignation and blanket critiques of learning. The market logic of learning has, meanwhile, seized the city and caused a further educational-philosophical reactive response, which I critique in the form that it has taken inter alia in many prominent recent educational-philosophical works. After explaining what I mean by ‘reactive response’ I focus on the educational-philosophical reaction to the shift toward lifelong learning. Then I move to how this shift (...)
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