Author E. K. Ackermann

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Biography:
Edith K. Ackermann was a Honorary Professor of Developmental Psychology at the University of Aix-Marseille, France, and Visiting Scientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology School of Architecture, Design Laboratory. She taught graduate students, conducts research, and consults for organizations and institutions interested in human learning, imagination, and creativity. She liked to work with designers, educators, scholars, and policy-makers committed to rethinking what it means to be knowledgeable, literate, or skilled in today’s digitally saturated world – and what it takes to become so. Recent collaborations included the LEGO Learning Institute, OLPC, INVIVIA, the PIAZZA and PUENTE EU Projects, and the Exploratorium Science Museum, San Francisco, where she was granted an Osher Fellowship and an “Outstanding Educator” Award in 2010. She passed away on 24 December 2016.

Publications Found: 8 · Show All Abstracts

Ackermann E. K. (1995) Construction and transference of meaning through form. In: Steffe L. P. & Gale J. E. (eds.) Constructivism in education. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Hillsdale NJ: 341–354. Fulltext at http://cepa.info/3064
Ackermann E. K. (1996) Perspective-taking and object construction: Two keys to learning. In: Kafai J. & Resnick M. (eds.) Constructionism in practice: Designing, thinking, and learning in a digital world. Lawrence Erlbaum, Mahwah NJ: 25–37.
Ackermann E. K. (2004) Constructing knowledge and transforming the world. In: Tokoro M. & Steels L. (eds.) A learning zone of one’s own: Sharing representations and flow in collaborative learning. IOS Press, Amsterdam: 15–37. Fulltext at http://cepa.info/3894
Ackermann E. K. (2007) Experiences of artifacts: People’s appropriations / objects’ “affordances”. In: Glasersfeld E. (ed.) Keyworks in radical constructivism. Edited by Marie Larochelle. Sense Publishers, Rotterdam: 249–259. Fulltext at http://cepa.info/3893
Ackermann E. K. (2015) Amusement, Delight, and Whimsy: Humor Has Its Reasons that Reason Cannot Ignore. Constructivist Foundations 10(3): 405–411. Fulltext at http://cepa.info/2165
Ackermann E. K. (2015) Author’s Response: Impenetrable Minds, Delusion of Shared Experience: Let’s Pretend (“dicciamo che io ero la mamma”). Constructivist Foundations 10(3): 418–421. Fulltext at http://cepa.info/2169
Glasersfeld E. von & Ackermann E. K. (1997) Heinz von Foerster zum 85. Geburtstag. In: Müller A., Müller K. H. & Stadler F. (eds.) Konstruktivismus und Kognitionswissenschaft. Springer, Vienna.
Glasersfeld E. von & Ackermann E. K. (2011) Reflections on the Concept of Experience and the Role of Consciousness. Unfinished Fragments. Constructivist Foundations 6(2): 193–203. Fulltext at http://cepa.info/200
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