ד"ר דן מקסים ממלוק

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ד"ר דן מקסים ממלוק
טלפון פנימי: 03-6407122

מידע כללי

“Whoever teaches learns in the act of teaching, and whoever learns teaches in the act of learning”

--Paulo Freire (Pedagogy of Freedom, p. 31)

 

 

 

תחומי המחקר שלי הם פילוסופיה של החינוך וסוציולוגיה של החינוך. נושאי המחקר שלי מתייחסים להשפעות החברתיות והתרבותיות של שילוב כלים טכנולוגיים בחינוך, כמו גם לסוגיות הנוגעות לדמוקרטיה, אתיקה וחינוך לאזרחות. בנוסף, יש לי עניין באסתטיקה וחינוך לאמנות, מתוך אמונה שלחינוך ההומניסטי יש השפעה משמעותית על עיצוב הפרט והחברה, פיתוח חשיבה ביקורתית, טיפוח יצירתיות וקידום אוטונומיה מחשבתית.   

 

My major research areas include philosophy of education and sociology of education. My research explore the sociocultural aspects of integrating technology and education, and specifically deals with questions pertaining to democracy, education, and citizenship. In addition, I am interested in aesthetic education. I believe that the humanistic education has an important role in advancing critical skills, creativity, and autonomous thinking. 

קורות חיים

­EDUCATION

 

1999-2002- Tel Aviv University, Political Science and Philosophy, B.A.,

 

2003-2006- Tel Aviv University, Philosophy, M.A. (cum laude)

Master’s thesis: The Discourse and Its Order: Reflection and Critique over the Debates about Conscientious Disobedience

Supervisor: Prof. Anat Matar

 

2013-2017- Miami University , Educational Leadership, Culture, and Curriculum, Ph.D.

Doctoral dissertation: Digital Technology and Education in the Age of Globalization

Supervisors: Profs. Kathleen Knight Abowitz and Richard Quantz

 

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

 

Fall 2013-Spring 2016- Miami University (Oxford, OH), Department of Educational Leadership , Teaching Associate (instructor of record)

 

Summer 2017- Spring 2018-  Miami University (Oxford,OH), Department of Educational Leadership, Adjunct Professor

 

2018- 2020- Concordia University (Montreal, QC), Department of Education, Postdoctoral Fellow

Project: “Children’s Narrative Construction of the Self and the Other, Project Someone (Social Media Education Every Day)

 

2020-Present- Tel Aviv University, School of Education, Lecturer

תחומי מחקר

פילוסופיה של החינוך, דמוקרטיה וחינוך, תאוריות ביקורתיות, טכנולוגיה וחינוך, אסתטיקה וחינוך לאמנות. 

פרסומים

Selected Publications

 

Mamlok, D. (2015). The loss of aura in education. Philosophical Studies in Education 46:

101-110.

 

Mamlok, D. (2016). Negative and positive freedom: Considering education and the digital world. Philosophical Studies in Education 47: 88-97.

 

Mamlok, D., & Knight-Abowitz, K. (2017). Education for digital citizenship. Philosophy of Education Yearbook 2017: 336-350.

 

Mamlok, D. (2018). Mathematics education, ethics, and the limitations of ethno-mathematics. Philosophy of Education Yearbook 2018: 166-170.

 

Knight-Abowitz, K., & Mamlok, D. (2019). #NeverAgainMSD Student Activism: A Response to Ruitenberg’s “Educating Political Adversaries.” Philosophy of Education Yearbook 2019:

544-558.

 

Knight-Abowitz, K., & Mamlok, D. (2019). The case of #NeverAgainMSD: When proceduralist civics becomes public work by way of political emotion. Theory & Research in Social Education 47 (2): 155-175.  DOI: 10.1080/00933104.2019.1586611.

 

Book Chapters

 

Mamlok, D. (2016). Education of and for difference: Re-thinking of Critical Pedagogy. In T. Poetter, K. Waldrop, C. Bolyard, & V. Bell-Robinson (Eds). Curriculum Windows: What curriculum theorists of the 1980s can teach us about schools and society today (pp. 1-14). Charlotte, NC:  Information Age Publishing.

 

 

Encyclopedia Entries

 

Mamlok, D. (2017). Active listening, music education, and society. In G. Noblit (Ed.). Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Education. New York: Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/acrefore/9780190264093.013.186.

 

 

Papers Presented at Scientific Meetings

 

Mamlok, D. (2014). The loss of aura in education. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Ohio Valley Philosophy of Education Society. Dayton, OH.

 

Mamlok, D. (2015). Negative and positive freedom in education: Berlin and Dewey on freedom in teacher and student work. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Ohio Valley Philosophy of Education Society. Dayton, OH.

 

Mamlok, D. (2015). Education of and for Difference: Re-thinking of Critical Pedagogy. Paper presented in a book event session at the annual meeting of the Curriculum and Pedagogy Group Society. Cleveland, OH.

 

Mamlok, D. (2016). The ethics of civil disobedience for public education. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Ohio Valley Philosophy of Education Society. Dayton, OH.

 

Mamlok, D., & Gitlin, A. (2016) The transformation of schooling: Creating spaces of difference. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Curriculum and Pedagogy Group Society. Cleveland, OH.

 

Mamlok, D., & Knight-Abowitz, K. (2017). Education for digital citizenship. Paper presented at the Philosophy of Education Society 2017 annual meeting. Seattle, WA. 

 

Mamlok, D., & Knight-Abowitz, K. (2017). Digital technology, education, and citizenship: A critical examination. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association 2017 annual meeting. San Antonio, TX.

 

Knight-Abowitz, K., & Mamlok, D. (2017). Agonist democracy and citizen engagement. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Ohio Valley Philosophy of Education Society. Mundelein, IL. Mundelein, IL.

Mamlok, D (2018). Mathematics education, ethics, and the limitations of ethno-mathematics. Invited response to Chen, general session. Paper presented at the Philosophy of Education Society 2018 annual meeting. Chicago, IL.

 

Knight-Abowitz, K., & Mamlok, D. (2019). #NeverAgainMSD student activism: A response to Ruitenberg’s “educating political adversaries.” Paper presented at the Philosophy of Education Society 2019 annual meeting, Richmond, VA.

 

Mamlok, D. (2019). Ambivalence in education in difficult times. In the panel: Pedagogies of Ambivalence and ambiguity. Paper presented at the Philosophy of Education Society 2019 annual meeting. Richmond, VA.

 

Mamlok, D. (2019). Ambivalence in education: Revisiting Bauman’s accounts of modernity, ambivalence, and the construction of the other. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Ohio Valley Philosophy of Education Society. Nashville, IN.  

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