From digital self-defence to hacker pedagogy: changing our behaviour by experimenting together.
We highlight the pedagogical value, in a critical pedagogy perspective, of the skills and attitudes that characterized the first computer clubs and hackerlabs, a cultural terrain in which some of us have moved our own steps.
Hacker pedagogy is an active attitude. It aims to change behaviours that promote automatism and thus reduce freedom of choice.
It is an educational approach that combines the experiential learning approach (Boud - Cohen - Walker, 1993 - Reggio, 2010), the hacker attitude, play and a strong libertarian orientation.
Reflections and tactics to raise awareness about our body-mind, individual and collective.