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  • Complicity: An International Journal of Complexity and Education, Vol 9, No 2. - On the relationships between order and disorder, and to question the role they play in the processes through which education and learning self-organize themselves

    Ecrit par : ALHADEFF-JONES Michel, (Direction)


    2012, Vol 9, No 2, ISSN 17105668

    Août 2012
    • Complicity is an open access (free to all readers), peer-reviewed journal that publishes original articles on all aspects of education that are informed by the idea of complexity (in its technical, applied, philosophical, theoretical, or narrative manifestations). The journal strives to serve as a forum for both theoretical and practical contributions and to facilitate the exchange of diverse ideas and points of view related to complexity in education.

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      Michel Alhadeff-Jones est le co animateur de l’Atelier MCX 6 - "Sciences de L'Education et Complexité"

       

      La seconde issue 2012 de  Complicity: An International Journal of Complexity and Education ‘(Vol. 9, number 2) sur le thème :

      On the relationships between order and disorder, and to question the role they play

      in the processes through which education and learning self-organize themselves

       

      Presentation

      Recognizing and taking into consideration multiple forms of disorder constitutes a privileged way to grasp what is at the core of the idea of complexity. From physics and biology to psychology, sociology and anthropology, it seems legitimate to question the role of disorder in the everyday life. Considering phenomena such as chance, hazard, agitation, dispersion, perturbation, accident, noise, error, it seems critical for practitioners and researchers in education to focus their attention on complementary, antagonistic and concurring relationships between order and disorder, and to question the role they play in the processes through which education and learning self-organize themselves. In this perspective, the articles, responses and vignettes published in this issue of Complicity contribute to enrich one’s understanding of the role played by specific forms of order and disorder, as well as the complexity of their relationships in education.

      Sommaire

      Editorial

      • Learning Disorders: From a Tragic to an Epic Perspective on Complexity, Michel Alhadeff-Jones, PDF

      Research Articles

      Invited Responses

      • Exploring the Complementary Nature of Education and Learning, Response to Joakim Larsson and Bo Dahlin, Inna Semetsky, PDF
      • Enmeshing Interruption in Assessment of Teacher Education. Response to Bernard Ricca, Lindsay Hetherington, PDF

      Vignettes

      • Editor’s Introduction, William E. Doll, PDF
      • Wine Intertwined with Education and Complexity Theory, Goksenin Sen, PDF
      • Some Reflections on Disciplines and Curricula Title, Lixin Luo, PDF
      • A Fear of Physics: Interdisciplinary Learning in Grade Four, Carol Lipszyc, PDF

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