Critical Digital Pedagogy: A Collection
Hybrid Pedagogy Publishing
A new edited collection, the first peer-reviewed book centered on the theory and practice of critical digital pedagogy.
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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.
Double-Open Peer Review: Shaping the Teaching Community
Peer Review
Chris Friend
Hybrid Pedagogy uses double-open peer review, strategically crafting teaching communities by pairing authors and reviewers with intention.
A Foreword to Critical Digital Pedagogy
Hybrid Pedagogy Publishing
Ruha Benjamin
I am convinced that without a deep engagement with critical digital pedagogy, as individuals and institutions, we will almost certainly drag outmoded ways of thinking and doing things with us.
Audible Networks:
Podcasts and Collaborative Learning
Collaboration
Shannon Draucker
Collaborative podcast creation makes visible – or rather, audible – webs and relations, the intellectual and affective ties possible among students.
A Review of Two Books
Book Review
R L Widmann
These two excellent books bring us timely warnings. Will we heed them?
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.

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