Reviewer: Katheryn Wright
6 articles
The Road to Hell is Paved with Good Intentions: On Technology, Games-Based Learning, and Erasure
access
Joshua Jackson
The uncritical buy-in from administration to the idea of technology and games as a cure-all for all things that need to be cured distracts from questions of basic economic, social, and emotional inequity that plague public education.
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.
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 Pedagogy of Kindness
critical digital pedagogy
Catherine Denial
Kindness is something most of us aspire toward as people, but not something we necessarily think of as central to teaching.
“To Be Honest I’m Not Sure If We Have a Textbook”: Undergraduate Access to Course Reading
The Purpose of Education
Maura A. Smale
Faculty and staff don’t often know how hard it is for students to get their course materials. Students choose whether and how to acquire textbooks.
Student Shaming and the Need for Academic Empathy
Purpose of Education CFP
Leslie Bayers · Eileen Camfield
Re-imagining academic culture can unearth the roots of academic shaming and build academic empathy.
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