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Confessions of a Graduate Teacher (Once Lost, Now Found)

This is a story about two hemispheres of graduate school: teaching and dissertating. It is a story about how those two parts sometimes cohere but are...
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HybridPod, Ep. 10 — Questioning Learning

http://hybridpedagogy.org/podcast-player/7505/questioning-learning.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 40:55You can also view a full transcript of this episode. In episode nine, I spoke with Janine...
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The Purpose of Online Discussion

Are online discussions really discussions? I’ve been wondering this since I started teaching online. Many of my students, friends, and colleagues get a sour look on...
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The Pedagogy of Trolls

Andrew Shaw’s “The College Experience: A Modern-Day Paddy West?” demonstrates the value of asking undergraduates to prepare and publish assignments. As an historian of the early...
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Designing for Emergence: The Role of the Instructor in Student-Centered Learning

My experiences as a graduate student of writing studies and online education have repeatedly left me inspired by the various “–isms” (e.g., constructionism, connectivism) that put the student...
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A Safe Space for Dangerous Ideas; a Dangerous Space for Safe Thinking

This article is a response submitted for our series about critical digital pedagogy. See the original CFP for details. Danger and safety are both integral to education, particularly if...
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Hybrid by Choice: Increasing Engagement in a High Enrollment Course

Hybrid pedagogy does not just describe an easy mixing of on-ground and online learning, but is about bringing the sorts of learning that happen in a...
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Bonds of Difference: Participation as Inclusion

As teachers who consider the whole world a virtual classroom and community, many of us sometimes mistakenly assume that if we create space for representing the...
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Taking the ‘No’ Out of Innovation

Innovate: French innover, from Old French, from Latin innovāre, innovāt-, to renew : in-, intensive pref.; in- + novāre, to make new (from novus, new). ~...
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The State of Things: a #digped Discussion

All pedagogy is necessarily adaptive because it takes place within and regards the extant world. Digital pedagogy must be even more adaptive because it relies upon,...
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An Affinity for Asynchronous Learning

http://hybridpedagogy.org/podcast-player/2291/affinity-asynchronous-learning.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 15:18There is something that bothers us about conversations about replacing face-to-face teaching with online learning: they often...
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A Pedagogy for Cross-cultural Digital Learning Environments

Education can benefit from the global network of connections we call the Internet, since the issue of access is less of a concern in the digital space than...
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How to Build an Ethical Online Course

The best online and hybrid courses are made from scraps strewn about and gathered together from across the web. We build a course by examining the...
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Temporalizing Pedagogy and Technology: Pressing into the Future

In Being and Time, Martin Heidegger writes with surprising brevity, “Temporality temporalizes as a future which makes present in the process of having been.” While we may...
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Straining the Quality of MOOCs: Student Retention and Intention

“Learners are classified based on their patterns of interaction with video lectures and assessments, the primary features of most MOOCs to date.” — Rene F. Kizilcec, et al....
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The Failure of an Online Program

It’s evening. An Irish pub in Louisville, Colorado. Fish and chips. Beer. A game of soccer on the TV. I’m sitting down with one of my...
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A User’s Guide to Forking Education

At exactly this moment, online education is poised (and threatening) to replicate the conditions, courses, structures, and hierarchical relations of brick-and-mortar industrial-era education. Cathy N. Davidson...
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The Future of Higher Education: a #digped Discussion

This Friday, December 7 from 1:00 – 2:00pm Eastern (10:00 – 11:00am Pacific),Hybrid Pedagogy will host a Twitter discussion under the hashtag #digped to consider the future...
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Broadcast Education: a Response to Coursera

Coursera is silly. Educational technology news has been all a-flutter over the last few months about the work that Coursera is doing to bring higher education into...
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The March of the MOOCs: Monstrous Open Online Courses

MOOCs are a red herring. The MOOC didn’t appear last week, out of a void, vacuum-packed. The MOOC has been around for years, biding its time. Still,...
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Crowdsourcing a Curriculum, pt. 3: Degree Requirements

This is the third in a series of articles that works to get feedback on the program I’m directing and helping to develop at Marylhurst University in Portland,...
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Hybridity, pt. 2: What is Hybrid Pedagogy?

This is the second in a series of articles that investigates hybridity as it relates to our positions as teachers and scholars, but also as learners, composers, and...
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Crowdsourcing a Curriculum, pt. 2: Design Principles

This is the second in a series of articles that works to get feedback on the program I’m directing and helping to develop at Marylhurst University in Portland,...
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Crowdsourcing a Curriculum, pt. 1: Program Name

This is the first in a series of articles. Click here for part two on design principles. Click here for part three on the degree requirements. Over the next few weeks,...
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Trading Classroom Authority for Online Community

Early web commenters referred to the Internet as a primitive, lawless place like the “Wild West.” Plenty still needs to change to make certain parts of...
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