Book Title: Critical Digital Pedagogy

Subtitle: A Collection

Authors: Jesse Stommel, Chris Friend, and Sean Michael Morris

Book Description: Since 2011, the journal Hybrid Pedagogy has published over 400 articles from more than 200 authors focused in and around the emerging field of critical digital pedagogy. A selection of those articles are gathered here. This is the first peer-reviewed book centered on the theory and practice of critical digital pedagogy. This version is open-access on a pay what you can basis.

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The work of teachers is not just to teach. We are also responsible for the basic needs of students — helping students eat and live, and also helping them find the tools they need to reflect on the present moment. This is in keeping with Freire’s insistence that critical pedagogy be focused on helping students read their world; but more and more, we must together reckon with that world. Teaching must be an act of imagination, hope, and possibility. Education must be a practice done with hearts as much as heads, with hands as much as books. Care has to be at the center of this work.

For the past ten years, the journal Hybrid Pedagogy has worked to help craft a theory of teaching and learning in and around digital spaces, not by imagining what that work might look like, but by doing, asking after, changing, and doing again. Since 2011, Hybrid Pedagogy has published over 400 articles from more than 200 authors focused in and around the emerging field of critical digital pedagogy. A selection of those articles are gathered here.

This is the first peer-reviewed publication centered on the theory and practice of critical digital pedagogy. The collection represents a wide cross-section of both academic and non-academic culture and features articles by women, Black people, indigenous people, Chicanx and Latinx writers, disabled people, queer people, and other underrepresented populations. The goal is to provide evidence for the extraordinary work being done by teachers, librarians, instructional designers, graduate students, technologists, and more — work which advances the study and the praxis of critical digital pedagogy.

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Jesse Stommel, Chris Friend, and Sean Michael Morris

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Education

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Title
Critical Digital Pedagogy
Authors
Jesse Stommel, Chris Friend, and Sean Michael Morris
Editors
Jesse Stommel, Chris Friend, and Sean Michael Morris
Contributors
Ruha Benjamin, Jesse Stommel, Chris Friend, Sean Michael Morris, Pete Rorabaugh, Howard Rheingold, Audrey Watters, Kris Shaffer, Julie Fellmayer, Shea Swauger, Cathy N. Davidson, Janine DeBaise, Robin Wharton, Karen Cangialosi, Jonan Phillip Donaldson, Maha Bali, Kate Bowles, Katie Rose Guest Pryal, Tiffany Kraft, Nora Almeida, Margaret Betz, Anne-Marie Womack, Richard H. Godden, Sue Renes, Danielle Paradis, Joseph Stommel, Aisha Damali Lockridge, Catherine Denial, Joshua Eyler, Amanda Licastro, Bonnie Stewart, Dorothy Kim, Lee Skallerup Bessette, Annemarie Pérez, Marisol Brito, Alexander Fink, Adam Heidebrink-Bruno, Rolin Moe, and Valerie Robin
License

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Critical Digital Pedagogy by Hybrid Pedagogy Inc. is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

Primary Subject
Education
Additional Subject(s)
Philosophy & theory of education, Moral & social purpose of education, Higher & further education, tertiary education, Open learning, distance education
Publisher
Hybrid Pedagogy Inc.
Publication Date
July 27, 2020
Print ISBN
978-0-578-72591-8
Hashtag
#digped