The dematerialization of school in the yet to come education:an analysis of contemporary discourses
Keywords:Discourse, Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), Demmuring of childhood, Education, COVID-19, Learning Society
Our aim in this text is to analyze the effects of the reports on the dematerialization of school by Edgard Faure (1973) and by Jacques Delors (1998). This phenomenon has been accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic. The agenda of both reports is centered around the encounter of education and Information and Communication Technologies, in close connection with audiovisual and internet resources. Our work hypothesis is that both the discourses around the learning society, one celebrating the use of new teaching techniques, and the other centered on the “demmuring” of childhood, converge as they operate the dematerialization of school, while the pandemic has created a context in which deterritorialization has become temporarily unavoidable. We highlight in our conclusion that, in the current urban context, informed by an idea of education in the sense that all artifacts are educational, learning has become the platform of the already “demmured” and dematerialized spaces-ambiances.
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