31 posts
A Classroom Romance
Loving my students has been the greatest pedagogical breakthrough I’ve had. Instructors must remain vulnerable to what is loveable about students.
The Safety Paradox
Two news stories at the beginning of the 2016 fall semester reignited an ongoing debate about the importance of safety in higher education. The first was a letter [https://www.insidehighered.com/news/
“College Readiness” versus “Ready for College”
Higher Ed
We have lots of definitions of “college readiness”; here are the ACT’s definitions [http://www.act.org/standard/] as well as the Common Core’s in Language Arts [http://www.corestandards.org/
Winona Ryder and the Internet of Things
Digital culture
“In the living room the voice-clock sang, Tick-tock, seven o’clock, time to get up, time to get up, seven o’clock!” ~ Ray Bradbury, “There Will Come Soft Rains” The more our tools
CFP: Preparing Graduate Teachers
Academic Labor
This is an open, ongoing call. You can read the articles already written in response [https://hybridpedagogy.org/tag/graduate-teachers-cfp/], or consider contributing your own [https://hybridpedagogy.org/write/]. The May 2016 #digped
Using a Compass without a Map: The Journey of a Mother-Educator
Orienting Inquiry and Process We shape our lives at the intersection and interstices of choice and chance. Subject to the vicissitudes of chance, we must ask ourselves what choices we can make that
Messy Minds: The Autoethnography of Learning
I’ve had my arse handed to me a few times online. Enough times to realise that writing provocatively (whether intentional or not) is often worth the activity. The most memorable and behaviour
Teaching as Troubleshooting: What I Learned About Digital Pedagogy Behind the Wheel of a Beet Truck
Digital Pedagogy
4:13AM. Sunrise was still hours away. My hands throttled the oversized steering wheel in front of me. My gaze was fixed out on the dark road ahead, too afraid to even blink.
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Addressing Ageism in the 21st Century Classroom
Critical Pedagogy
> “It makes no more sense to wish for age than to fear it.” – Gloria Steinem When I entered my Introduction to Women’s Studies class in the fall of 2014 and saw
Situating Makerspaces in Schools
Digital Humanities
America’s obsession with STEM is dangerous [https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/why-stem-wont-make-us-successful/2015/03/26/5f4604f2-d2a5-11e4-ab77-9646eea6a4c7_story.html] , Fareed Zakaria warns us, and our hunch is that most readers of Hybrid Pedagogy
Rationalizing Sisyphus
The words of one of the bleakest authors on the human condition adorn coffee mugs [http://www.cafepress.com/dd/48433856] and motivational posters [https://www.etsy.com/listing/192192368/instant-download-printable-typography?utm_source=
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Public Archives, New Knowledge, and Moving Beyond the Digital Humanities/Digital Pedagogy Distinction
Let’s stop talking about “students” as some undifferentiated mass or referring to “my students,” a phrase that smacks of proprietorship, and start giving them credit by name for the work they do
The Trouble with Frameworks
Using frameworks to study the social world is like looking at a still image through tinted glasses — making our perspective limited and color-blind — when the reality is complex and dynamic with colors and
#GenLit as #Netprov
Generative Fiction
Hybrid Pedagogy Publishing is our experiment in longer-form work related to critical digital pedagogy. For the past year and a half, Hybrid Pedagogy Publishing has been providing editorial and technical support to the
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