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Sonic Studies in Educational Foundation

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Regardless of their origin or interpretation, sounds are theoretically and practically foundational to educational experiences. As the means through which knowledges are passed from one person to another, sounds outline the fluid, porous boundaries of educational ecologies. This session is a conversation with the editors of a recent book, Sonic Studies in Educational Foundations: Echoes, Reverberations, Silences, Noise (Routledge, 2020), focusing on sonic metaphors that exist at the center of philosophical and historical foundations of educational studies, the ethical dimensions sound studies in education, and future directions for sound studies in curriculum theory and practice.

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Regardless of their origin or interpretation, sounds are theoretically and practically foundational to educational experiences. As the means through which knowledges are passed from one person to another, sounds outline the fluid, porous boundaries of educational ecologies. This session is a conversation with the editors of a recent book, Sonic Studies in Educational Foundations: Echoes, Reverberations, Silences, Noise (Routledge, 2020), focusing on sonic metaphors that exist at the center of philosophical and historical foundations of educational studies, the ethical dimensions sound studies in education, and future directions for sound studies in curriculum theory and practice.

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Stream A: Curriculum Dialogues

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Sonic Studies in Educational Foundation

Stream A: Curriculum Dialogues

Regardless of their origin or interpretation, sounds are theoretically and practically foundational to educational experiences. As the means through which knowledges are passed from one person to another, sounds outline the fluid, porous boundaries of educational ecologies. This session is a conversation with the editors of a recent book, Sonic Studies in Educational Foundations: Echoes, Reverberations, Silences, Noise (Routledge, 2020), focusing on sonic metaphors that exist at the center of philosophical and historical foundations of educational studies, the ethical dimensions sound studies in education, and future directions for sound studies in curriculum theory and practice.