By Chris Friend
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Conversations about critical digital pedagogy, hosted by Chris Friend. From the makers of Hybrid Pedagogy—a digital journal of learning, teaching, and technology. We interview authors, educators, and provocateurs who challenge us all to become better teachers and learners.
||CleanPlatforms||With each new technological development promising to “revolutionize education”, we need to start asking how…and at what cost. Platforms that provide services allegedly for free often do so in exchange for data about its users—forming a deep laye||12/6/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanAsking the Right Questions||If you’ve listened to this podcast before, or if you follow its associated journal, you know that connecting with students ranks among our most important values, right up there with my personal soapbox of really listening to them. This episode (full t||6/22/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanAccess||In this episode (full transcript available), I spoke with Robin DeRosa about a broad issue that affects the way we do things in our classrooms; the way programs design their courses; the way institutions support their faculty and learners; and the way||3/8/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanGiving Voice to Written Words||Writers should talk more. We write to make ourselves heard. We use writing to tell a story, contribute to conversations, add our voices to a chorus, raise the alarm against injustice, call for help. Readers, then, look for a strong voice from authors or||9/4/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanMaking and Breaking Domain of One’s Own: Rethinking the Web in Higher Ed||On Friday, 12 August 2016, Martha Burtis gave one of two closing keynotes at the Digital Pedagogy Lab Institute held at the University of Mary Washington. Below is the text of her talk; the audio above is edited from the video recording of that morn||8/19/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanNot Enough Voices||On Friday, 12 August 2016, Sean Michael Morris gave one of two closing keynotes at the Digital Pedagogy Lab Institute held at the University of Mary Washington. Below is the text of his talk; the audio above is edited from the video recording of that mo||8/16/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanOpenness||You can also view a complete transcript of this episode. Our typical focus on this journal and podcast is on students — advocating for their agency and authority over their own education. We’re taking a brief diversion with this installment and inst||8/5/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanQuestioning Learning||You can also view a full transcript of this episode. In episode nine, I spoke with Janine DeBaise about her style of responsive teaching. It’s her answer to the idea of “best practices”. The trouble with best practices, according to Janine, is tha||5/19/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanResponsive Teaching||You can also view a full transcript of this episode. Let’s talk about our expectations for students and what we think they are—and should be—capable of. There’s been a good deal of chatter online recently (see posts from Sean Michael Morris and||4/21/2016||Free||View in iTunes|