Title: Retrolearning as an Educational Strategy and Practice
Stream: Nurturing Creativity & Innovation: New, Innovative & Radical Education
Presentation Type: Oral Presentation
Jarema Drozdowicz, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland
The impact of new technologies on learning processes is a phenomenon hard to ignore. One of the consequences of application of various IT tools, remote education or AI in the educational domain is the emergence of new learning strategies and practices. One of the striking examples of such approach is retrolearning. This term covers a wide array of various learning practices, ideas, tools and socio-cultural movements combining the latest tech and web connections to create, change and reformulate the existing reality into an innovative learning environment. The key terms which relate to this emergence arfe however linked often to the past, like nostalgia and analog cultures. This paper presents the most significant aspects of the afromentioned phenomenon and highlights possible its applications in the future. In order to do so an athnographic and qualitative approach must be used in the description and interpretation of particular aspects of retrolearning. The outcome of the research in retrolearning must be therefore related to a much wider cultural transformation represented by the young generation such as Gen Z for example.
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