Author C. Aguayo
Claudio Aguayo is a Senior Digital Innovation Advisor in Te Ara Poutama, the Faculty of Māori and Indigenous Development at Auckland University of Technology (AUT). As a biologist trained in the Santiago school of cognition with a PhD in Education, Claudio draws on distinct interdisciplinary areas to explore how digital tools can be best designed to enhance human experience in learning environments. Claudio is the Director of Research & Development for AUT’s AppLab, where he leads the exploration and growing understanding of the design and application of cutting edge digital technologies for learning in a range of educational settings. Through his work with the AppLab and teaching in the Digital Cultures Programme at Te Ara Poutama, he contributes in providing students, staff and external partners the opportunity to engage in practice-based research and applied critical making in diverse areas, including: mixed reality in education, socio-ecological sustainability, art+science, culturally-responsive practice, indigenous worldviews, and embodied cognition in digital spaces, among others.

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Aguayo C. (2019) Autopoiesis in digital learning design: Theoretical implications in education. In: Proceedings of the 2019 Conference on Artificial Life (ALIFE 2019). MIT Press, Cambridge MA: 495–496. Fulltext at
Videla R., Aguayo C. & Veloz T. (2021) From STEM to STEAM: An enactive and ecological continuum. Frontiers in Education. 6: 709560. Fulltext at
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