Vansieleghem, Nancy and Vlieghe, Joris and Verstraete, Pieter, eds. (2015) After-School. Images, Education and Research. Leuven University Press, Leuven. ISBN 9789462700499Full text not available from this repository. (Request a copy)
"Tangible tension of omnipresent images in education The intricate relation between images and education is an old issue that can easily be dated back to the rise of Modernity. Ever since, it has been argued on the one hand that images might assist teachers in educating the new generation, but on the other might detract students’ attention by offering them mere entertainment instead of seriously pursuing essential subject material. Today, with the omnipresence of screens in our daily life, this tension has become all the more tangible. Some may even start to wonder whether education, traditionally conceived as schooling, is still achievable under these conditions. The title Afterschool refers to a film by Antonio Campos, which depicted these new conditions very accurately. In the same way the book articulates in an affirmative manner the role of education in an ‘Afterschool’ era, and also what images could signify in such an era, both for educators and educational researchers. All essays included in this book, in one way or another, respond to this process of digitization. At the same time, they present new and unexpected ways of making use of images in educational practice and research. "
|Faculty / Department:||Faculty of Education > Education Studies|
|Depositing User:||Philippa Williams|
|Date Deposited:||30 Mar 2016 11:52|
|Last Modified:||30 Mar 2016 11:52|
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