Knowing with New Media
Worldview moves from
a clockwork metaphor
to a ripplework metaphor
The world is seen as clockwork: stable, sequential, quantifiable
The teacher is an agent transmitting knowledge from
prescribed material to students
The teacher works in collaboration with the students
From Didactic Pedagogy to New Learning is a brilliantly crafted video by professor Bill Cope from the Department
of Educational Policy, Organization, & Leadership, University
of Illinois, illustrating the difference between the traditional
and transformative pedagogies.
Ripples pedagogy addresses the instability and complexity
of the burgeoning digital world. The model suggests an individual can best succeed in life by developing the ability
to self-gain, self-evaluate data, and self-construct knowledge from an overwhelming abundance of information.
To know more about the Ripples model for teaching
and learning, visit the Amazon or Palgrave Macmillan store where you can buy the book Knowing with New Media:
A Multimodal Approach for Learning written
by Dr. Lena Redman
& Bill Cope
Jean G Boulton
Peter M Allen &
The pedagogy is oriented towards learning from someone else's constructed knowledge and following instructions
The pedagogy is oriented towards optimising a student's agency to gather, analyse and produce knowledge using personalised technology
The student is alienated from their individual interests, abilities and natural-sociocultural environments
The student is reconnected with their individual interests, abilities and natural-sociocultural environments.
They develop a repertoire of life skills, adapting it continuously
along with the demands of the changing world
From Didactic Pedagogy to New Learning
Prof Bill Cope
Retrieved September, 2018, from:
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The world is seen as ripplework: dynamic, chaotic, complex
Ripples pedagogy understands the Self as a cluster of individual genetic predispositions, psychological characteristics and developed traits such as, curiosity, talents, abilities and grit, as well as acquired knowledge and belief systems.
Traditional education generally disregards the Self. It often leaves
the Self undiscovered and uncultivated, its potential unused.
In the Ripples model, the circular motion between two concepts is signified with the symbol .
For example, self others or self environment.
The symbol indicates the dynamic interdependence of two parts –
the ripple of grasping and being grasped.