In our position paper, we claim that agency and power amongst educators and learners should be re-distributed and that learning processes should become more decentralized. We also argued for the need of new pedagogical approaches that are learner-centric and that in turn allow learners to focus on what they think is more relevant to them. Our paper further acknowledged research-based and practice-based models for their capacity to promote design as a non-individualistic, non-competitive activity that promotes co-creation and to learn by working together with others and setting priorities in complex, multi-actor decision-making processes.
What is your take on that? How do you think uncertainty and complexity affect pedagogy? What is your learning approach?
architectural education; circularity; circular education; circular design; social relevance of circularity