Learning in a floating world of disciplines: Reflections on the MetaPraxis Project

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Bunce, M. Mackay, A., Redman, K., Clarke, T. and Miller, A. (ed.) 2022. Learning in a floating world of disciplines: Reflections on the MetaPraxis Project. Centre for Strategic Education.
AuthorsBunce, M.
EditorsMackay, A., Redman, K., Clarke, T. and Miller, A.
Abstract

The MetaPraxis Project has involved 12 schools in Adelaide, South Australia, working to facilitate the conceptualisation, design and leadership of interdisciplinary learning projects, in which a central focus has been the development of meta-intelligence. Here, the author presents a story of critical partnership: layers of dynamic, agentive and collaborative learning, between MetaPraxis teams and their schools and communities; between teachers, between teachers and students, and between students. Including comment from participants, he charts a journey of transformation, as schools unpacked the philosophy, practice and products of MetaPraxis.
The story is being continued by schools through websites, podcasts, a symposium and further evolution of their metapraxis.

KeywordsMetapraxis; interdisciplinary learning; learning design; metacognition; narration of learning; learning impact
Year2022
PublisherCentre for Strategic Education
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Print14 Apr 2022
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Deposited11 May 2022
Series07 CSE: Leading Education Series
ISBN978-0-6454278-2-0
ISSN1838-8566
Copyright holder© 2022 Centre for Strategic Education
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