13 | 10 | 11

designer learner
acting on the uncertainty

Prof Toni Kauppila
He who can, does. He who cannot, teaches.

George Bernard Shaw, ‘Man and Superman’

Prof Toni Kauppila
continuos dialogue

research

practice

tk
teaching

Prof Toni Kauppila
design as noun

Prof Toni Kauppila
Richard Scarry, ‘What do people do all day’

Prof Toni Kauppila
design as verb

Prof Toni Kauppila
world urban population 2050 (unicef)

Prof Toni Kauppila
‘what will people do all day‘

Prof Toni Kauppila

13 | 01 | 07
act towards goodlife

Prof Toni Kauppila
pedagogy as design
Prof Toni Kauppila
pedagogy as
systemic
Prof Toni Kauppila
...learning for an unknown future has to be a learning understood
neither in terms of knowledge or skills but of human qua...
dispositions
Barnett

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will to engage

•

preparedness to listen

•

preparedness to explore

•

willingness to open ...
pedagogy as
uncertainty
Prof Toni Kauppila
risk, failure and the new

Prof Toni Kauppila
problems, tasks, conventions, approaches

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x
d

b

e

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space & risk

We may differentiate spaces that are intellectual, practical or
more personal in character; and each space p...
the new – black swans & blue oceans

n

Prof Toni Kauppila
pedagogy as
process of dialogue
Prof Toni Kauppila
•
•

design with the people

•

design by the people

•

Prof Toni Kauppila

design for the people

...
space of supercomplexity

... lifewide learning is learning in different spaces simultaneously.

Ronald Barnett

Prof Toni...
peer-to-peer

Prof Toni Kauppila
...the ignorant master can instruct the learned one as well as the
ignorant one: by verifying that he is always searching....
pedagogy as
performance
Prof Toni Kauppila
A theatre that is no longer spectatorial but instead is a social
situation eludes objective description, because for each
...
temporally absolute

Prof Toni Kauppila
living with complexity

Prof Toni Kauppila
live-space as medium

Prof Toni Kauppila
choreographing with everyday life

Prof Toni Kauppila
learning uncertainty
Prof Toni Kauppila
school for unforced errors

Prof Toni Kauppila
school of unforced errors (Toni Kauppila & Riku Saastamoinen)

space

performance

pedagogy

Prof Toni Kauppila
teuraaksi kasvatettu

Prof Toni Kauppila
virhe

Prof Toni Kauppila

12 | 05 | 10
garden of errors

Prof Toni Kauppila
Prof Toni Kauppila
interstitial

Prof Toni Kauppila
... For there can be no learning without the presence of others. The
individual does not exist , except in relation to ano...
interstitial space

...the narrow ridge is the meeting place of the We. This is where
man can meet man in community...

Ma...
collaborative

Prof Toni Kauppila
architecture
performance
urbanism

design
art

Prof Toni Kauppila
trans-disciplinary
Dykes T.H., P.A. Rodgers and M.Smyth

a

b

c

context
Prof Toni Kauppila
The open meeting, in principal, seeks by contrast more equality
and more surprise. The issue is how the open meeting might...
redefining
craftsmanship
Prof Toni Kauppila
Craftsmanship names an enduring desire to do a job well
for its own sake.

Richard Sennett, ‘The Craftsman’

Prof Toni Kau...
shifting perspectives

new practice
climate

context

social
commons

Prof Toni Kauppila
collective super-complexity

commons

Prof Toni Kauppila
critical worldview

contextual
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celebrating the society

cultural
Prof Toni Kauppila
embracing the encountering

social

Prof Toni Kauppila
climate
crafting the spatial conditions
Prof Toni Kauppila
becoming an activist

new practice
Prof Toni Kauppila
thank you
Prof Toni Kauppila
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  1. 1. 13 | 10 | 11 designer learner acting on the uncertainty Prof Toni Kauppila
  2. 2. He who can, does. He who cannot, teaches. George Bernard Shaw, ‘Man and Superman’ Prof Toni Kauppila
  3. 3. continuos dialogue research practice tk teaching Prof Toni Kauppila
  4. 4. design as noun Prof Toni Kauppila
  5. 5. Richard Scarry, ‘What do people do all day’ Prof Toni Kauppila
  6. 6. design as verb Prof Toni Kauppila
  7. 7. world urban population 2050 (unicef) Prof Toni Kauppila
  8. 8. ‘what will people do all day‘ Prof Toni Kauppila 13 | 01 | 07
  9. 9. act towards goodlife Prof Toni Kauppila
  10. 10. pedagogy as design Prof Toni Kauppila
  11. 11. pedagogy as systemic Prof Toni Kauppila
  12. 12. ...learning for an unknown future has to be a learning understood neither in terms of knowledge or skills but of human qualities and dispositions. Ronald Barnett Prof Toni Kauppila
  13. 13. dispositions Barnett • • will to engage • preparedness to listen • preparedness to explore • willingness to open to experiences • Prof Toni Kauppila will to learn will to imagine
  14. 14. pedagogy as uncertainty Prof Toni Kauppila
  15. 15. risk, failure and the new Prof Toni Kauppila
  16. 16. problems, tasks, conventions, approaches c a x d b e Prof Toni Kauppila y
  17. 17. space & risk We may differentiate spaces that are intellectual, practical or more personal in character; and each space possesses its characteristic set of risks. Of the several sets of spaces and attendant risks, it is the pedagogical space and its associated risks that are the most potent. Ronald Barnett Prof Toni Kauppila
  18. 18. the new – black swans & blue oceans n Prof Toni Kauppila
  19. 19. pedagogy as process of dialogue Prof Toni Kauppila
  20. 20. • • design with the people • design by the people • Prof Toni Kauppila design for the people ...
  21. 21. space of supercomplexity ... lifewide learning is learning in different spaces simultaneously. Ronald Barnett Prof Toni Kauppila
  22. 22. peer-to-peer Prof Toni Kauppila
  23. 23. ...the ignorant master can instruct the learned one as well as the ignorant one: by verifying that he is always searching. Whoever looks always finds. He doesn’t necessarily find what he was looking for, and even less what he was supposed to find. Jacques Rancière, ‘The Ignorant Schoolmaster’ Prof Toni Kauppila
  24. 24. pedagogy as performance Prof Toni Kauppila
  25. 25. A theatre that is no longer spectatorial but instead is a social situation eludes objective description, because for each individual participant it represents an experience that does not match the experience of others. Hans-Thies Lehmann, ‘Postdramatic Theatre’ Prof Toni Kauppila
  26. 26. temporally absolute Prof Toni Kauppila
  27. 27. living with complexity Prof Toni Kauppila
  28. 28. live-space as medium Prof Toni Kauppila
  29. 29. choreographing with everyday life Prof Toni Kauppila
  30. 30. learning uncertainty Prof Toni Kauppila
  31. 31. school for unforced errors Prof Toni Kauppila
  32. 32. school of unforced errors (Toni Kauppila & Riku Saastamoinen) space performance pedagogy Prof Toni Kauppila
  33. 33. teuraaksi kasvatettu Prof Toni Kauppila
  34. 34. virhe Prof Toni Kauppila 12 | 05 | 10
  35. 35. garden of errors Prof Toni Kauppila
  36. 36. Prof Toni Kauppila
  37. 37. interstitial Prof Toni Kauppila
  38. 38. ... For there can be no learning without the presence of others. The individual does not exist , except in relation to another individual. And where we find more than one individual, we also find more than one culture. Our pedagogy – our teaching and learning – is after all part of these cultures. Matthew Goulish, ’39 Microlectures’ Prof Toni Kauppila
  39. 39. interstitial space ...the narrow ridge is the meeting place of the We. This is where man can meet man in community... Martin Buber Prof Toni Kauppila
  40. 40. collaborative Prof Toni Kauppila
  41. 41. architecture performance urbanism design art Prof Toni Kauppila
  42. 42. trans-disciplinary Dykes T.H., P.A. Rodgers and M.Smyth a b c context Prof Toni Kauppila
  43. 43. The open meeting, in principal, seeks by contrast more equality and more surprise. The issue is how the open meeting might create an alternative to demeaning compromise. Richard Sennett, ‘Together’ Prof Toni Kauppila
  44. 44. redefining craftsmanship Prof Toni Kauppila
  45. 45. Craftsmanship names an enduring desire to do a job well for its own sake. Richard Sennett, ‘The Craftsman’ Prof Toni Kauppila
  46. 46. shifting perspectives new practice climate context social commons Prof Toni Kauppila
  47. 47. collective super-complexity commons Prof Toni Kauppila
  48. 48. critical worldview contextual Prof Toni Kauppila
  49. 49. celebrating the society cultural Prof Toni Kauppila
  50. 50. embracing the encountering social Prof Toni Kauppila
  51. 51. climate crafting the spatial conditions Prof Toni Kauppila
  52. 52. becoming an activist new practice Prof Toni Kauppila
  53. 53. thank you Prof Toni Kauppila
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