When One Class is Not Enough
Service Learning
Amanda Licastro
We must find strength in numbers, because one classroom, one teacher, one program will never be enough. Our community needs our commitment in every class.
Hybrid Teaching: People, Pedagogy, Politics
Hybrid Teaching
Chris Friend
Caring for others has never been so vital. We teach humanity, not technology. Use hybrid education to build community.
A Foreword to Hybrid Teaching
Hybrid Pedagogy Publishing
Robin DeRosa
Learning has to be a journey towards humanity, infusing criticality, creativity and collaboration with a deeper commitment to our common human flourishing.
Announcing Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics
Announcements
Chris Friend
Third in a series on critical digital pedagogy, this book challenges faculty and administrators to consider the implications of educational technology.
On Renewal: Hybrid Pedagogy’s 2020 List of Lists
Reflection
Chris Friend
New years prompt us to reflect. For Hybrid Pedagogy, 2020 brought changes, additions, and new provocations.
The Road to Hell is Paved with Good Intentions: On Technology, Games-Based Learning, and Erasure
access
Joshua Jackson
The uncritical buy-in from administration to the idea of technology and games as a cure-all for all things that need to be cured distracts from questions of basic economic, social, and emotional inequity that plague public education.
A Watchful Eye: A Play in Four Acts for Human and AI Spectators
surveillance
Jason Parry · Tania Pliego Torres · Krithik Rao · Nachiket Mohan Watane · Swaraj Bhaduri · Trevor Ladner · Stephen Jackiw
It began as a joke. It seemed reasonable to express skepticism about the ability of machines to excel as actors, but what would it mean to act for machines?
Decentering Digital Discomfort
Digital Humanities
Kristin Allukian · Allison Duque · Alexander Cendrowski
Establishing digital discomfort along with the possibility of no resolution as framing principles of a DH project can promote research consciousness.
Removing Barriers to Student Success
compassion
Sara Winstead Fry
Abandoning old policies to support student success brings a sense of freedom and fulfillment that is far superior to adhering to outdated notions of rigor.
Refusal, Partnership, and Countering Educational Technology’s Harms
surveillance
Charles Logan
Educators must be explicit about how our surveillance tools do or might harm students. We must be vigilant against the weaponization of care.
Design Thinking for Pandemic Pedagogy
instructional design
Sam Hamilton
In the wake of a global pandemic, we can design better teaching and learning approaches that account for our ever-changing circumstances. Here’s how.
Grading During—and Beyond—COVID
grading
Laura Tanenbaum · Kristen Gallagher
The traditional grading system undermines learning and reinforces inequity even in so-called “normal” times, but alternatives are possible.
The Menagerie, Myths and Merits of the Bitmoji Classroom
simulation
Sarah Pazur
Educators don’t have to forfeit fun for quality online learning, but they do need to build authentic learning when using digital simulation tools.
The #OthelloSyllabus: Twitter as Play
Twitter Essay
Elizabeth Tavares · Sienna Ballou
In a class on critical race theory and hashtag activism, Twitter's paradoxical mix of anonymity and public writing developed students' cultural competency.

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