What would a new, attention-driven pedagogy look like?

Benjamin Nickl*, Marija Grech (Contributor), Christopher John Müller (Contributor)

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Abstract

In this long-form piece, Dr Benjamin Nickl, Discipline of Comparative Literature and Translation Studies (University of Sydney), Dr Christopher John Müller, Discipline of Media Studies (Macquarie University) and Dr Marija Grech, Department of English (University of Malta) explore the attention ecology within higher education, from current challenges to new ages. Through their interdisciplinary lens, they discuss the effects of our current ‘attention haze’ on learning environments and the necessity of recalibrating our educational approaches to foster sustainable attention and meaningful interactions amidst the clamour of modern distractions.
Original languageEnglish
Specialist publicationTeaching@Sydney
Publication statusPublished - 13 Apr 2024

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