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NCTE 2021 Presentation

  1. 1. Using Critical Digital Pedagogy to Humanize Online English Teacher Education Dr. Amy Piotrowski, Dr. Merideth Garcia, Amanda Plazier, Mary Ellen Greenwood, Kalie Chamberlain
  2. 2. Critical Digital Pedagogy ● Centers students and their learning rather than technology - technology tools serve pedagogy, not the other way around. ● Education is a space of dialogue between students and teachers.
  3. 3. Critical Digital Pedagogy ● Asks questions around equity, access, surveillance/privacy, well-being of students, and whether and why technology tools are used, not just how (Morris and Stommel). ● Morris and Stommel (2018) suggest that we “approach new digital technologies at once with wonder and also dismay - with a reflective curiosity that unabashedly pushes buttons but not without first dissecting them" (p. 43).
  4. 4. Amy’s Teaching ● Learning takes place in digital spaces as well as the physical location where students and teachers are, not bound by four walls of a classroom ● Digital spaces are a way to reach students where they are, both geographically and academically, in order to move students forward in their learning
  5. 5. Amy’s Teaching ● Stay connected through electronic messages, video presentations from students, tools for collaborative work, breakout rooms and chat during synchronous IVC meetings ● When needed, streamline - what’s essential to course, what’s nice to get to if there’s time, what’s beyond the scope of this course?
  6. 6. Merideth’s Teaching ● Acknowledge the challenges students are facing and make space in class to share strategies and victories. This is an important step in creating a sense of belonging. ● Make “accommodations” the norm for the class instead of “on demand.”
  7. 7. Amanda’s Teaching Navigating student safety, grief, and culture with compassion 1. Provide zoom recordings, modify attendance and camera requirements. 2. Be flexible--shift timelines appropriately. 3. Expand assignments to engage, validate, and empower students’ cultural and life experiences. Utah State University Statewide Campus System
  8. 8. Mary Ellen’s Teaching It is our responsibility to coordinate and facilitate dialogue, but if we deny students the opportunities and ability to participate fully, we undermine our goals (Freire, 1970). Reference: Freire, P. (1970/1993). Pedagogy of the oppressed. Penguin Random House. Opportunity and Ability through Digital Spaces: →Office hours →Chat features for participation →Other formats and adjustments
  9. 9. Kalie’s Teaching ● Engage in frequent, positive, & interventional interactions. ● Employ LMS data management to proactively investigate which and when students are struggling. ● Use student support services offered at your institution. ○ Student Success Center Team ○ Guidance Counselors or Student Advisors ○ Writing Center Services
  10. 10. Teaching Tips ● Know students as human beings ● Design for access and accessibility ● Just putting face-to-face lessons and activities online doesn’t translate ● Break large projects down into pieces for accountability and to give students feedback along the way
  11. 11. Questions? ● Amy Piotrowski: amy.piotrowski@usu.edu, Twitter: @piotrowskiamy ● Merideth Garcia: mgarcia@uwlax.edu ● Amanda Plaizier: amanda.plaizier@usu.edu ● Mary Ellen Greenwood: maryellen.greenwood@usu.edu ● Kalie Chamberlain: kalie.chamberlain@gmail.com Look for forthcoming article!

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