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Cinematic Bricolage as Reconnected Learning

  • Lena Redman
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Abstract

Chapter seven delineates the infrastructural layers of the Ripple pedagogy . It establishes the Ripple model as a learner-centred, life-reconnected and inquiry-based approach to learning. The model is underpinned by the integrated system of five operational modes: self-reflection , collaboration , multimodal communication , distributed agency and DIY creativity . The students organise their learning tasks around their individual interests and abilities. Thus, they establish their reconnection with natural and sociocultural environments by discovering and cherishing their own innate inclinations and talents and through the application of multimodal ways of communication that suit most their personal predispositions. The progress of the learning task is activated by the feedback loops mobilised by self-reflective Open image in new window collaborative circularity. Through utilising this mode of operation, the students exercise their own agency and learn to recognise and reconnect their own assertiveness with the agentic values of others, as well as the agentic power of the environments and the tools of production.

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  • Lena Redman
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  1. 1.Monash UniversityMelbourneAustralia

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