Flight of Leaves: Creation of Worldly Space
This case study presents (1) children’s learning as continual engagement with phenomena and people, and (2) learners and the world as entangled becomings. In particular, the flight of leaves experiment shows the process of how thoughts were created through encounters and relations; how the children became-with drawings, experiments, each other, and material realities; and how the teacher and the researcher responded to and became entangled in a pedagogical relationship with children and material realities.
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