Co-constructions of learning and technology

In the present, the topic of "learning" is being debated on two levels in particular: On the one hand, there is the digitalization of learning, which provides new opportunities for learning with the help of electronic media. On the other side is "machine learning", in which machines are trained to "learn" from information data. Both are based on quantification, scientification and mechanization processes of learning. The Emmy Noether research group wants to analyze these processes. This will be done on the basis of three themes: "subject", "environment", "gender". The aim is to work out how, through quantification, measurable as well as gendered learning subjects were constructed. The significance of experiments, technical objects (teaching/learning machines) and technical environments (virtual reality, simulation) in the production of knowledge and the development of learning theories are at the center of the historical analyses.

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