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Contents Acknowledgements 000 1 Introduction: A minimal methodology 000 Handling materials in educational research 000 Spatial Imaginaries 000 The Materiality of Learning. Lesson 1: Minimal methodology 000 2 Components and Opponents: Designing the Femtedit Network 000 Femtedit as a composition of heterogeneous components 000 Association of components 000 Trials of strength in the Femtedit design 000 Classic-ANT and the network 000 Conclusion: the construction of a stable technology 000 The Materiality of Learning - Lesson 2: Materiality 000 3 Forms of Technology 000 A second examination of Femtedit 000 Critique of the network metaphor 000 From relations to spaces 000 Fluid pattern of relations 000 Multiplicity 000 Conclusion: spatial formations and flexible, multiple technology 000 The Materiality of Learning - Lesson 3: Spatiality 000 4 Forms of knowledge 000 The quest for resemblance 000 Classroom demonstration 000 Regional space 000 Boyles experiment: the material technology 000 Representational knowledge 000 Inaugural ceremony 000 Boyles experiment: literary and social technologies 000 Communal knowledge 000 Tvias Twin Towers 000 The Pakistani song 000 Liquid knowledge 000 Conclusion: knowledge and learning 000 The Materiality of Learning - Lesson 4: Knowledge 000 5 Forms of Presence 000 Blackboard and songs, regions and collectives 000 Regional presence in the classroom 000 Authority and subjects 000 Restlessness 000 Performing one-to-one relationship with virtual environment 000 Separating with discontinuities 000 Discontinuities and agents in fluid pattern of relations 000 Fluid authority 000 The power of interactivity the power of fluidity 000 Conclusion: post-humanist presence 000 The Materiality of Learning - Lesson 5: Presence 000 6 Conclusion: The Materiality of Learning 000 PISA and the multiplicity of educational practice 000 Comparing technologies 000 The reality, re-imagining and re-arranging of educational practice 000 The Materiality of Learning. Lesson 6: The materiality of learning 000 Reference List 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Education, Primary -- Computer-assisted instruction.
Internet in education.