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A talk at NTNU March 26, 2014

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    • Learning in 3rd space Prof. II Reijo Kupiainen
 http://www.slideshare.net/rkupiainen See: http://bit.ly/1eO9ExX!
    • Third space The idea of third space comes from hybridity theory (Homi Bhabha), which refers to to mixture, posits that people draw on multiple resources or funds to make a sense of the world and constitute their identity. Originally hybridity is a cross between two separate cultures: not diversity but hybridity Cultural hybridity is a in-between place, which brings together contradictory knowledges, practices, and discourses: signs can be appropriated, translated, rehistoricized, and read anew (c.f. remixing culture)
    • ”Third Space theory”
 (Pahl & Rowsell 2005, Literacy and Education) HOME Popular
 culture
 Multimodal
 texts SCHOOL Writing,
 speaking and
 listening
 literacy
 THIRD SPACE Drawing and
 writing using home
 and school literacy Out-of-school literacies School literacies - Inclusion, bridging, hybridity
    • Home School Out-of-school practices Curriculum-based practices Peer-based education Teacher-centered education
    • Home School Vernacular
 literacies Institutional
 literacies Outside the domain of power, ”in the streets” Control over people’s literacy practices Common in private spheres Common in public spheres Mary Hamilton (2000), Sustainable literacies and the ecology of lifelong learning.

    • Home Heterotopos School Rejection of binaries Michel Foucault (1967). On other spaces. http://foucault.info/documents/heteroTopia/ foucault.heteroTopia.en.html - heterotopias: places that are ambivalent and uncertain, either because they are new and as-yet unknown or because they are impossible archaic representations of former modes of social order that have become obsolete. (Kevin Hetherington (1997). The badlands of modernity: Heterotopia and social ordering)
    • Alternative social orders
    • Tactics Although, for example, the school space is controlled, it is not absolutely dominated. As Ian Buchanan (1993, para. 21) wrote, controlled space is “reactive rather than active. It is subject to appropriation: its disciplined/dominated spaces... can always be made smooth by their occupants by the act of occupancy itself.” This “occupancy” is tactic. De Certeau (1984) spoke about everyday resistance, in which people undermine imposed power relations.! Kupiainen, R. 2013, Media and Digital Literacies in Secondary School, p. 21
    • Rejection of binaries Here Mobile There http://www.teachthought.com/technology/12-principles-of-mobile-learning/
    • Rejection of binaries Physical Augmented Virtual
    • Rejection of binaries Private Networked publics Public - Networked publics are spaces that are constructed through networked technologies and collective spaces that emerge from the intersection of people, technology, and practice (danah boyd (2011). Social network sites as networked publics: Affordances, dynamics, and implications. In Z. Papacharissi, (Ed.) A Networked self: Identity, community, and culture on social network sites)
    • Third-space learning Creating new learning spaces in education Learning in hybrid, networked, bridged (between lifeworld and schooling), dynamic, multimodal, and open time-space. ”Learning in the context of everyday experiences of participation in the world”
    • Problems ”Knowmad society” (knowledge + nomad) (Besselink, de Bree, Cobo, Hart et al., Knowmad Society) Connected with everybody, everywhere, anytime Lifelong learning = ”life imprisonment learning” Flexible workers in the new economy Technological determinism
    • Links Sugata Mitra
 http://www.ted.com/talks/sugata_mitra_build_a_school_in_the_cloud.html 12 Principles on mobile learning
 http://www.teachthought.com/technology/12-principles-of-mobile- learning/ Google Goggles
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hhgfz0zPmH4 QR codes at school
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ayW032sKtj8 Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/rkupiainen/ Scoop: http://www.scoop.it/u/reijo-kupiainen
    • Thank you! reijo.p.kupiainen@svt.ntnu.no