This book draws from current constructivist and enactivist theory to critically examine prevalent norms and taken for granted assumptions about knowing, learning, and teaching that continue to frame formal education. The authors argue from the transphenomenality of complex learning systems where teaching might be enacted as a kind of practicable consciousness for triggering and otherwise occasioning learning possibilities better fitted to the contingencies of time and place in an ever-emergent world.
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