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Product NamePlaces Of Learning: Media, Architecture, Pedagogy
LanguageEnglish
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Length5.98 inches    (convert)
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AuthorElizabeth Ellsworth
Page Count200
BindingPaperback
Published10/18/2004
Long DescriptionThis book takes a close look at places of learning located outside of schools, yet deeply concerned with the experience of the learning self. It explores what it might mean to think of pedagogy not in relation to knowledge as a "thing made," but to knowledge in the making.
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