2 Replies to “Proposition 8: Hybridity redistributes spatial power as students potentially have greater freedom to choose and configure their surroundings.”

  1. Yes, but again that feels a bit like the preserve of the chosen ones. Lots of our Access students for example don’t have the digital skill or infrastructure to do this.

  2. Yes, I can see this being a big benefit to some students, and onerous to others. Also, I’m not sure it’s redistributing power if you’re telling students they must choose and configure their surroundings – unless that’s a meaningful choice/change from their perspective.

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