Digital artefact: Post-human classroom
<div>What is the role of and educator in cyber culture? 'Teaching is not simply about the relationships between humans, but is about the networks of humans and things through which teaching and learning is enacted.' (Bayne 2015, p 11)</div>
<div>Who is driving? '[T]he cyborg can be seen as a kind of relationship describing the interface between humans and the technology.' (Miller 2011, p 213)</div>
<div>Bodies have become more bionic.</div>
<div>Can our machines embody human values? '[O]ur knowledge of what bodies are and how we change them has leaped ahead of our ability to make moral judgements'. (Miller 2011, p 209)</div>
<div>How do our identities change in the context collapse of online environment? Is authenticity or anonymity more valuable?</div>
<div>Can cyborgs transcend human prejudice? Utopian ideals of technology - being cyborg instead of human liberates those disenfranchised by binaries like male/female, black/white, rich/poor.</div>
<div><span style="font-size:16px;">Where does technology fail in relation to our expectations of education?</span></div><div><br></div>
<div><span style="font-size:16px;">Cartographies Of Silence</span></div><div><br></div><div>Poem by Adrienne Rich</div><div><br></div> Poem by Adrienne Rich

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