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Applied Degree Education and the Shape of Things to ComeCo-Presence of Readiness-To-Hand & Presence-At-Hand as the Shape of Things by Revisiting Technology-Aided Learning from the Heideggerian Perspective

Applied Degree Education and the Shape of Things to Come: Co-Presence of Readiness-To-Hand &... [In everyday technology-aided learning, students as Dasein are embedded in equipmentally oriented world with useful and serviceable physical and abstract technology as ready-to-hand for the sake of fulfilling their education needs, while experiencing counterparts as present-at-hand due to (1) technical problems such as system breakdowns, dilapidation or physical damage, and (2) non-technical counterparts such as contents with calculable quantities and relationships in the informationalized world to be theoretically and critically examined. This article analyses the co-presence of the ready-to-hand and present-at-hand modes in learning contexts in sequential and simultaneous ways. Sequentially, the two modes of an technological thing oscillate frequently due to students’ strong familiarity with the use and due to contents of calculable quantities and relationships that reinforce calculative thought. Simultaneously, one technology can be primordially used as ready-to-hand with intense familiarity and proficiency to support the theoretical and critical examination of the other technology as present-at-hand (149 words).] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Applied Degree Education and the Shape of Things to ComeCo-Presence of Readiness-To-Hand & Presence-At-Hand as the Shape of Things by Revisiting Technology-Aided Learning from the Heideggerian Perspective

Editors: Hong, Christina; Ma, Will W. K.

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  • B Absher (2016)

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    The Journal of Speculative Philosophy, 30

Publisher
Springer Nature Singapore
Copyright
© The Editor(s) (if applicable) and The Author(s), under exclusive license to Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd. 2023
ISBN
978-981-19-9314-5
Pages
93 –106
DOI
10.1007/978-981-19-9315-2_6
Publisher site
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Abstract

[In everyday technology-aided learning, students as Dasein are embedded in equipmentally oriented world with useful and serviceable physical and abstract technology as ready-to-hand for the sake of fulfilling their education needs, while experiencing counterparts as present-at-hand due to (1) technical problems such as system breakdowns, dilapidation or physical damage, and (2) non-technical counterparts such as contents with calculable quantities and relationships in the informationalized world to be theoretically and critically examined. This article analyses the co-presence of the ready-to-hand and present-at-hand modes in learning contexts in sequential and simultaneous ways. Sequentially, the two modes of an technological thing oscillate frequently due to students’ strong familiarity with the use and due to contents of calculable quantities and relationships that reinforce calculative thought. Simultaneously, one technology can be primordially used as ready-to-hand with intense familiarity and proficiency to support the theoretical and critical examination of the other technology as present-at-hand (149 words).]

Published: May 20, 2023

Keywords: Dasein; Technology-aided learning; Readiness-to-hand; Presence-at-hand; Technological problems; Non-technological problems

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