An Open Letter On the Future of Hybrid Pedagogy
What is Hybrid Pedagogy?
We’ve spent the last several weeks rebuilding the journal on a new platform, looking carefully through our archives, to curate and foreground the most relevant articles we’ve published.
Pedagogy as Protest: Reimagining the Center
Critical Pedagogy
Jessica Zeller
It’s no wonder that many students seem only mildly interested in school, if at all. School isn’t made for them.
Connection
HybridPod
Chris Friend · Sherri Spelic
Classes moved online for the pandemic, even those that rely on in-person interaction. How can we maintain connection with students? Sherri Spelic explains.
Open Letter to Editors/Editorial Boards from FemEdTech
Edtech
FemEdTech
The FemEdTech collective is calling on the Editors and Editorial Boards of scholarly journals to acknowledge and mitigate the disproportionate impact of the current COVID-19 pandemic on women researchers and scholars.
Tiny Maneuvers: On Changing Our Instincts as Teachers
praxis
Rebecca Weaver
How many of us closely read our own syllabi, not for typos but for pedagogy? How many of us think about the subtle and overt messages they send to our students?
The Documents We Teach By
praxis
Judith Enriquez
Documents play significant roles in our practices. It is an invitation to see what documents do to our work. They promote particular educational values and establish norms and conventions that we then must follow (over time) blindly and diligently.
Active Gratitude
Academic Labor
Chris Friend · Kate Bowles · Amy Slay
What is the nature of gratitude? What does it challenge — or allow — us to do? And how does it change when we think of it as being *active*? I talk with Amy Slay and Kate Bowles to learn more.
Our Bodies Encoded: Algorithmic Test Proctoring in Higher Education
Ed-tech
Shea Swauger
Cheating is not a technological problem, but a social and pedagogical problem. Technology is often blamed for creating the conditions in which cheating proliferates and is then offered as the solution to the problem it created; both claims are false.
The Human Work of Higher Education Pedagogy
Higher Education Pedagogy
Jesse Stommel
The work of teaching is hard. And much of the work is unexamined, exactly because the work is so precarious—because many teachers are not given the space or the support they need to improvise and experiment in their classes.
New Collection CFP: Voices of Practice—New Stories of Scholarship
Calls for Papers
Sean Michael Morris
What does it mean to be a professional while also an academic? This collection is seeking narratives that balance scholarship with personal experience.
Slow Interdisciplinarity
The Purpose of Education
Abby Goode
Interdisciplinarity comes from learners — their fields, their experiences, their ways of knowing. It is a dynamic process, and it is slower than we think.
Pursuing Happiness Through Education
Higher Ed
Pearce Durst
If life inherently involves the pursuit of happiness, education should prepare students to face that overall challenge, not just the needs of a future job.
Travelling in Troy With an Instructional Designer
Critical Pedagogy
Jonan Donaldson
Instructional designers can build courses in which technologies are Trojan Horses for emancipation through constructionist problem-based learning.
Syllabus-as-Metaphor
syllabus
Jakob Gowell
We can help — or risk harm — with the metaphors our syllabi embody, and so to serve students as best we can, we must choose our metaphors well.

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