Thanks for posting - and welcome to the weird, hopefully wonderful, often counter-intuitive but usually fun world of ANT!
i’m late to my own party as " all the links in the chains that connect you to the message above in order to reply? What are those links dependent on and enmeshed in?’ we’re forcibly broken till today.
So for me “the material” has displayed it’s agency all to clearly!
There’s quite a rich area of work around professional education with a material semiotic aspect from Tara Fenwick and colleagues such as Terrie-Lynn Thompson, and Richard Edwards via ProPEL at Stirling if you know that at all?
E.G. “Sociomaterial approaches to understanding and researching learning in work”
Special issue: Reconceptualising professional learning in a changing society, Journal of Education and Work, 26 (1) http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/13639080.2012.644901