Results and Materials
In this report we asked ourselves, how we can build and improve digital capacity and digital readiness in higher education. This commented atlas of digital ecosystems guides through rewilding education, techno-feminism and ecologies of care by hacking innovative pedagogies.
The HIP framework aims to guide higher education (HE) teachers and researchers to reconsider and reflect on how to rethink HE pedagogy in new and different ways. It incorporates the spirit of rewilding and hacking pedagogies to inspire new professional communities focused on innovating digital education. The framework considers and guides the development of teachers’ digital pedagogy competences through an inclusive bottom-up approach that gives space for individual teacher’s agency while also ensuring a collective teaching culture.
ECER Conference in Glasgow with the theme "The Value of Diversity in Education and Educational Research". The presentation with the title "The Age of Technology in Education" on 23.08.2023 by Kathrin Otrel-Cass, Iris Mendel, Michael Reicho, Olena Beskorsa & Eamon Costello involved an audience discussion about the HIP atlas.
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