‘Real audience pedagogy’

Creative learning and digital space

Authored by: Julian McDougall , Dave Trotman

The Routledge International Handbook of Creative Learning

Print publication date:  July  2011
Online publication date:  July  2011

Print ISBN: 9780415548892
eBook ISBN: 9780203817568
Adobe ISBN: 9781136730047


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How can educators and students make sense of the plethora of creative tools afforded by broadband internet communication? Is it a ‘given’ that web 2.0 fosters a ‘participation culture’ whereby the dynamics of expert and apprentice are deconstructed as an epistemic turn reconfigures the roles of student and teacher – towards a ‘pedagogy of the inexpert’? Or should we tread more carefully, bearing witness to the distinction between the democratising impulse of prosumer activity and the conditions of possibility for meaningful creativity in these new technosocial contexts.

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