Interpreting enactivism for learning and teaching

ANDY BEGG

Abstract


Enactivism is a way of understanding how all organisms including human beings, organize themselves, and interact with their environments. Th is vision contrasts with traditional ideas of learning that are based on a separation of the learner and the world. From an enactivist perspective the teacher is a relevant aspect of the learners’ environment. This paper has two parts, it begins with some ideas about enactivism, then it shows a personal journey and some factors that made me reconsider how I see myself, how I learn, and how I see the learning/teaching relationship.


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