Call for Contributors: The Critical Instructional Design Reader
Critical Instructional Design CFP
Hybrid Pedagogy Books is pleased to announce this call for contributors for a new reader which will explore critical instructional design, a new humanizing and problem-posing digital design approach.
A Pedagogy of Mentorship: Removing Academic Shame by Helping Students Reach Their Goals, Not Ours
pedagogy of mentorship
Timothy Ponce
Far from becoming a copy of their mentor, the protégé is instead empowered and equipped o reach their own professional aspirations.
We Are Teachers
Teachers
Bethany Thomas
It took me becoming a teacher in order for me to understand how I learn; I learn better because of the teacher inside of me that I never wanted but have learned to give thanks to.
Broken World Teaching
Reflection
Stephen Siperstein
There are limited opportunities on campus for us to engage in meaningful and honest conversations about this issue that will shape our futures. Climate change is not only an environmental issue but also a mental health one.
Is Anyone Getting a Connection Out There?
critical digital pedagogy
Michael Cucher
Teaching effectively and equitably with online tools requires a special sensitivity to the digital divide.
Building Inclusive Minecraft Communities for Players With Disabilities and Neurological Differences
inclusive,
Matthew Harrison · Kate Ringland
Of course, being neurodivergent is not the only identity that players might explore. If given a safe space, players can explore issues of race, gender, potential future career and education paths, and understanding what it means to be a gamer.
A Search for Reclamation
reclamation
Surita Jhangiani
I cannot be silent any longer. The real work now lays ahead of us, it’s questioning the beliefs we have accepted, often without the realization that they are a part of us.
Counter-friction to Stop the Machine: The Endgame for Instructional Design
instructional design
Jesse Stommel · Martha Burtis
"Institutional structures are not designed to cultivate (and sometimes undermine) pedagogical expertise in both instructional designers and faculty."
Teaching and the Art of Letting Go
Reflection
Tyler Derreth · Krystal Lee
In times of uncertainty and fear, what I find most helpful is love and care as I struggle. Why would learning, since it’s its own process of working through uncertainty, be any different?
Intimacy and Interruption in Remote Library Instruction
Remote
Leila Walker
Sharing our spaces in synchronous instruction sessions does more than just show the places where research occurs. It creates an opportunity for students to see our vulnerabilities.
Making the Massive Intimate: Building a Lasting Learning Community
Community
Molly Monet-Viera
I focused on whether or not they felt welcomed into the community and whether or not they felt heard. I looked beyond the College Board’s pre-determined learning outcomes to students’ level of engagement, play, and curiosity.
Thinking with Consent in the Digital Classroom
consent
Molly de Blanc · Kit Heintzman
Consent is necessary to respecting students, and to valuing and empowering them. We cannot fully expect students to authentically participate in their education — and the education of their peers — when they are being forced to do so.
An Incomplete History of My Teaching Body
Voices of Practice
Arley Cruthers
Creating a pedagogy of care required unlearning many of the lessons I’d absorbed about disability. It required thinking not just about my own body, but the systems that police our bodies, that exclude, marginalize and enact violence on some bodies.
Introduction to Voices of Practice
Hybrid Pedagogy Books
Sean Michael Morris · Lucy Rai · Karen Littleton
This volume is about personal stories, episodes from the lives of educators which have in some way shaped their practice. More specifically, it is about educators with roots in professional practice prior to entering academia.

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