Conversations about critical digital pedagogy, hosted by Chris Friend. From the makers of Hybrid Pedagogy. We interview authors, educators, and provocateurs who challenge us all to become better teachers and learners.
Classes moved online for the pandemic, even those that rely on in-person interaction. How can we maintain connection with students? Sherri Spelic explains.
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.
Cheryl E. Ball shares how she blends professional editing, modern publishing, and digital pedagogy to create meaningful courses beyond the classroom walls.
Chris Gilliard walk us through concerns he has about the state of online surveillance, dangers lurking behind asking students to work in online platforms.
Asking The Right Questions
Asking the right questions — from teachers and students alike — can make all the difference in helping us connect with one another and our courses.
What does it take to access an education? I spoke with Robin DeRosa about this broad issue that affects the way we do things in our classrooms and schools.