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Considering open, participatory, and equitable pedagogies

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Keynote for Centennial Symposium at American University Cairo (Center for Learning and Teaching) - March 5, 2019

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Considering open, participatory, and equitable pedagogies

  1. 1. CATHERINE CRONIN National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education TEACHING IN AN AGE OF COMPLEXITY: Considering Open, Participatory, and Equitable Pedagogies
  2. 2. slides and references are online: http://bit.ly/cltauc-cronin
  3. 3. Catherine Cronin @catherinecronin catherinecronin.net @ForumTL
  4. 4. #OER19
  5. 5. We are… the national body responsible for leading and advising on the enhancement of teaching and learning in Irish higher education Our mission is… as a national body, to lead the enhancement of teaching and learning in partnership with students, staff and leaders in Irish higher education to develop an inclusive, collaborative and innovative culture that maximises learning impact for the success of all students
  6. 6. You are neither here nor there, A hurry through which known and strange things pass. Seamus Heaney, ‘Postscript’
  7. 7. networked educators networked students Physical Spaces Bounded Online Spaces Open Online Spaces Image: CC BY-SA 2.0 Catherine Cronin, built on Networked Teacher image CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 Alec Couros higher education
  8. 8. Participatory Culture (Jenkins, et al. 2009) low barriers to artistic expression & civic engagement strong support for creating & sharing informal mentorship members believe their contributions matter social connection
  9. 9. multimodal multimedia ✓ voice / choice networked ✓ topic / content social ✓ genre / tone purposeful ✓ space / place collaborative ✓ time / duration agentic Participatory Culture literacy practices
  10. 10. Participatory Culture (Jenkins, Ito, boyd, 2016) low barriers to artistic expression & civic engagement strong support for creating & sharing informal mentorship members believe their contributions matter social connection ∧
  11. 11. Image:CC0OliverCole Equality of capability to function fully as a human being (Therborn, 2013)
  12. 12. open participatory equitable pedagogies
  13. 13. @bonstewart & @daveowhite #TeachComUAL teachcom.myblog.arts.ac.uk/
  14. 14. Image:CC0BY-NCJamesKirkpqtrick
  15. 15. Balancing privacy & openness Image: CC BY 2.0 woodleywonderworks
  16. 16. Image: CC BY-NC yat fai ooi ideas…
  17. 17. internethealthreport.org Internet Health Report (Mozilla)
  18. 18. The digital divide is a noun; it is the consequence of many forces. In contrast, digital redlining is a verb, the “doing” of difference, a “doing” whose consequences reinforce existing class structures. In one era, redlining created differences in physical access to schools, libraries, and home ownership. In my classes, we work to recognize how digital redlining is integrated into technologies, and especially education technologies, and is producing similar kinds of discriminatory results. Chris Gilliard (2017) “
  19. 19. #TeachComUAL teachcom.myblog.arts.ac.uk/ Webinar #5. INCLUSIVE SPACES March 5th, 3-4pm UTC Bonnie Stewart, Maha Bali, Chris Gilliard
  20. 20. openpedagogy.org/ open resource created by Rajiv Jhangiani & RobinDeRosa
  21. 21. Don’t cite Wikipedia, write Wikipedia. “ Ewan McAndrew (2017) Wikimedian in Residence project University of Edinburgh
  22. 22. http://unboundeq.creativitycourse.org Equity Unbound Exploring digital literacies with an equity and intercultural learning focus, in an open and connected learning environment. “The only way to make borders meaningless is to keep insisting on crossing them.” (Lina Mounzer)
  23. 23. Ask students. Partner with students. bit.ly/cltauc-partnership
  24. 24. open participatory equitable pedagogies
  25. 25. Engaging in open practice is: Complex Personal Contextual Continually negotiated Cronin (2017)
  26. 26. We must rebuild institutions that value humans’ minds and lives and integrity and safety. Audrey Watters (2017) “ Image:CCBY-NC2.0carnagenyc
  27. 27. Le spectre de la rose Jerome Robbins Dance Division from the New York Public Library (public domain) To hope is to give yourself to the future, and that commitment to the future makes the present inhabitable. Rebecca Solnit (2004) Hope in the Dark “
  28. 28. Le spectre de la rose Jerome Robbins Dance Division from the New York Public Library (public domain) Shukraan. Thank you. @catherinecronin catherinecronin.net http://cltauc-cronin

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