Learners
32 articles
Creating Mike Sterling for the #GenLit Project
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
16 min read
Perspectives from the #GenLit Classroom: A Professor and Student Converse
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
15 min read
What is Generative Literature? Introducing “The Generative Literature Project”
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
6 min read
Librarian as Outsider
Academic Labor
Academic librarians are worried about power. And powerlessness. They are particularly concerned with the way power dynamics shape their identities as educators and inform their pedagogical capacity. Recent library scholarship has introduced a
Training to Work in the Wet
Learners
What do we mean when we use the phrase, “in the real world”? As many of us are in a state of transition between school and work, styles of work, or a balance
What We Can Learn from Homeschooling
K-12
Our homeschooling journey began nearly a decade ago, when our three year-old daughter started preschool. I was certain she would love school. She didn’t. We cycled through three schools. At one, teachers
Lossless Learning: an Interview with Jared Stein
Ed-tech
The following is an interview with Jared Stein, Vice President of Research and Education at Instructure, the makers of the Canvas LMS. Following a press release in June that announced a suite of
A Safe Space for Dangerous Ideas; a Dangerous Space for Safe Thinking
Critical Digital Pedagogy CFP
Danger and safety are both integral to education, particularly if one ascribes to critical pedagogy, which is, in many respects, about balancing the two elements. On one hand, it invites students and teachers
Exploring the Dungeon: The Importance of “Play” to Learning
Critical Pedagogy
A weak light filters in through frosted windows and splashes across a table-sized world map as a gallery of onlookers poke each other and whisper in hushed tones. Two figures stand over the
Three Lines of Resistance: Ethics, Critical Pedagogy, and Teaching Underground
Critical Digital Pedagogy CFP
This article is a response submitted for our series about critical digital pedagogy. See the original CFP for details. It is easy for those of us invested in critical pedagogy to see need
Discovering Natural Classrooms: Hybrid Collective Learning Spaces
Critical Pedagogy
For many, the classroom is an alienating place. There are environmental factors that play into this (and monetary factors that play into these environmental ones). There are stigmas, expectations, and traditions that may
Correctional Pedagogy: Prison Reform and Life-or-Death Learning
Critical Pedagogy
Education cannot just be filling an empty brain, but must be as Paulo Freire says in Pedagogy of the Oppressed, “the means by which men and women deal critically and creatively with reality
8 min read
Culture, Education, and Difference: Negotiating a Pedagogy of Shared Experience
Alterity CFP
“To the naked eye, I may seem normal just like another student or individual; however, behind the mask, I am constantly reminded that I am different from everybody else. I am not sure
Cracking Open the Curriculum
Critical Pedagogy
“‘I hate it when you talk like this . . .’ ‘I merely observe that this is a quantum Universe and, as such, what happens is neither random nor determined. There are potentialities and any third
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