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Bronya Calderon


Personal Statement

Personal Statement

My interest is the field of Informal Learning Environment, such as museum, clubs, libraries, parks, galleries, etc. Therefore my interest in digital technologies is seen as enculturation to promote cultural change. My view comes from activity theory and how people and tools shape each other.

I do very much hope to work in the design of spaces that could reflect such a vision, where culture could be an expression of agency at different level: individual, institutional and societal.

Currently I'm working on my PhD thesis 'How children make meaning with digital technologies in Informal Learning Environments' and the idea of a pedagogy of informal learning environments.

Digital technologies provide opportunities to engage with various cultural practices. The multimodal affordances give us opportunity to share and construct new meanings, creating new emotional spaces … new consciousness.

Consciousness, body and environment are not separated and there is the need to share the same trajectory.

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