workshops, talks or webinars

What Is Critical Digital Pedagogy, and Why Does Higher Ed Need It

Online May 28 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm - Pacific Time (US & Canada)

Price: Free


There’s an ongoing narrative that robots, digital tools and new tech-enabled teaching methods are changing the way professors teach and students learn. But how do instructors keep agency and freedom at the forefront of this learning revolution?

If you ask Jesse Stommel, director of the Division of Teaching and Learning Technologies at the University of Mary Washington, he’ll tell you there’s and urgent need for teachers in the era of robots and machines in education. His latest book, co-authored with Sean Michael Morris, explores that very issue. And they argue for professors to pay more attention to critical pedagogy and instructional design and its role in the digital humanities, writing, social justice and more.

We’ll talk about everything from teaching and learning online, textbooks and open educational resources, and grading. Tune in!

What Is Critical Digital Pedagogy, and Why Does Higher Ed Need It

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