In this short article, Megan Cotnam-Kappel and I rethink the inextricable links between learning and physical action. We position making with digital and physical tools as a pedagogical approach that aligns, theoretically, with embodiment.
This is a pre-print version of the work, which will appear in the University of Ottawa’s Education Review this spring.
Suggested citation: Hagerman, M.S. & Cotnam-Kappel, M. (in press). Making as embodied learning: Rethinking the importance of movement for learning with digital and physical tools. Education Review. Retrieved from http://mschirahagerman.com/2019/02/27/making-as-embodied-learning/