Høgskolen i Innlandet
Høgskolen i Lillehammer er fra Høgskolen i Innlandet

Emnekode: SPED3003/1

Semester: Høst
Antall studenter: 15
Kull:  2016
Emne ansvarlig: Jenny Steinnes

Obligatorisk litteratur- Trykt (ikke kompendiuminnhold)

Pensum kan kjøpes hos: SINN bok | bok.lillehammer@sinn.no

Biesta, G. J. J.  (2013). The beautiful risk of Education. Paradigm Publisher (149 p)

Davis, L. (2013). The disability studies reader (4th edition). New York: Routledge (The student chooses ca 200 out of 550 p)

Illeris, K. (2014). Transformative learning and identity. Albingdon/Oxon: Routledge (177p)

Sennett, R (2009). The Craftsman. London: Penguin Books (The student chooses 150 out of 326 p)

Serres, M. (1997). The Troubadour of Knowledge. University of Michigan Press (166 p)

Stiegler, B. (2010). Taking Care of Youth and the Generations. Stanford: Stanford University, Chapter 1 – 5 (93 p)

150 pages chosen by the student, approved. 

Kompendium (Obligatorisk pensum)

Kompendieinnholdet finnes tilgjengelig digitalt i Fronter. Skriv ut hele eller deler av innholdet selv.


Obligatorisk litteratur – åpne nettressurser og e-ressurser fra HINN Lillehammers databaser. Trykk på lenke for å få tilgang til litteraturen

Biesta, G.J.J. (2016). Improving education through research? From effectiveness, causality and technology, to purpose, complexity and culture. Policy Futures in Education 14(2), 194-210. DOI: 10.1177/1478210315613900 (16 p)

Bogner, F. X., Wiseman, M. (2004). Outdoor Ecology Education and Pupils’ Environmental Perception in Preservation and Utilization. Science Education International Vol 15. No1 January 2004 , p 27 – 47 (20 p)

Giroux, H. (2003). Utopian thinking Under the Sign of Neoliberalism: Toward a Critical Pedagogy of Educated Hope. Democracy & Nature Vol 9 No 1, 2003 (14 p)

Lemmens, P. (2011). “This system does not produce pleasure anymore”, an interview with Bernard Stiegler. Krisis: Journal for contemporary philosophy, Issue 1. P 33-41 (8 p)

Steinnes, J. (2004). Transformative Education in a Poststructuralist Perspective. Journal of Transformative Education, volume 2 number 4, pp. 261 – 275 (14p)

Steele,J,  Ferrari,P.F.,  Fogassi, L. (2012). From action to language: comparative perspectives on primate tool use, gesture and the evolution of human language. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, B:  Biological Sciences, 367(1585): 4–9. (5p)

Stout,D.,  Chaminade,T. (2012).  Stone tools, language and the brain in human evolution. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, B:  Biological Sciences, 367(1585): 75–87. (18 p)


Hüther, G. (2006). The Compassionate Brain, how empathy creates intelligence. Boston: Trumpeter Books

Greenfield, S. (2014). Mind Change: How digital technologies are leaving their mark on our brains. London: Rider Books

Higgins, P (2011). Earth is our business, changing the rules of the game. London: Shepheard-Walwyn

Kosnoski, J. (2011). Specter and Spirit: Ernst Bloch, Jacques Derrida, and the Work of Utopia. Rethinking Marxism: A Journal of Economics, Culture & Society, Volume 23, Issue 4, 507-523

Martusewicz, R. (2001). Seeking passage, Post-Structuralism, Pedagogy, Ethics.  New York/London: Teachers College, Columbia University

Louv, R. (2009). The last child in the woods, saving our children from nature-deficit disorder. London: Atlantic books

Steinnes, J. (2009). Transformative teaching: Restoring the teacher, under erasure. Educational Philosophy and Theory, 41 (2): 114-125

Winnicott, D.W (2002). Playing and Reality. London/New York: Routledge

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