- Authors: Jonathan deHaan
- Reviewed by: Peter Hourdequin, Paul Johnson, D.M. Jones, James York.
- Volume and page numbers: 3 (p. 134 – 152)
- Date of publication: 2021/09/15
- Keywords: Bad research, Entrepreneurship, Experiential learning, Games for change, Language play, Lesson plans, Little steps, Media Media literacy, Multimodal communication, Participation, Pedagogy of Multiliteracies, Social impact games, So what?
- Cite: deHaan, J. (2021). Can making art lead to making change in the world? “I don’t know how to do what I drew.” (Bad teacher-researcher! No 🍪🍪! 😉). Ludic Language Pedagogy, 3, 134-152.
- What is this? A weird collection of thoughts, ideas, questions, and art related to confusion about whether language or art or anything can lead to real world action.
- Why did you make it? I’m interested in ideas and media and creativity and participation in society. How are those linked? In a lot of ways, I think.
- Who is it for? It’s for anyone who has ever sketched an idea on a piece of paper and then done nothing with it. It’s for anyone who struggles thinking about social issues. It’s for anyone who hopes, somehow, to empower students and help transform them and society. Somehow.