An “entangled pedagogy” has recently been described as what is needed in learning and teaching in a technological age (Fawns, 2022). An entangled pedagogy is one that includes a focus on purpose, context and values, where teachers and students collaborate on design and practice, and embrace uncertainty and openness. And where knowledge is distributed, responsive and ethical.
But what does this look like in practice?
All the teaching and learning ideas here embody “entangled pedagogies” (Fawns, 2022) which include a fusion of technology with content and pedagogy giving both students and teachers agency in design and learning.
Every idea will promote thinking, creativity, and learning.