This thesis is primarily concerned with teaching and learning relationships, in particular the social construction of the student-teacher, student-student, and student-self relationships within the context of technology and education. The exploration of these relationships forms the theoretical arc throughout this thesis, as the author presents differing definitions of technology as it relates to education. While the overall context of the work presented in this thesis, which is a collection of writings from different periods of the author’s MA, falls within the paradigm of education and technology, the journey presented here is important to understanding how these teaching and learning relationships relate to the learning spaces within which they enact, representing the next phase of scholarship the author intends to undertake.
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