Writing about Teaching

DPL 2018 Tracks Oct 03, 2020

In this 4-day course, participants will work to put their teaching practice into words, while also using the writing they do to think through their pedagogies. Accounting for ourselves as writers is fundamental to the integrity of our praxis and pedagogy, our intersectionality, and the relationships between ourselves, our students, our institutions, our communities, and our ideologies.

Participants will spend time discussing current contexts for digital writing and publishing (academic and non-academic, and boundaries between those two), platforms for self-publishing, and the thin line between political, professional and personal narrative. Practice will focus on conceptualising, drafting, editing, sharing and reflecting: a critical pedagogy of digital narrative practice. This track is ideal for those who blog, those who work with student blogging, those who write about their teaching as scholarship, those who have an interest in non-traditional and narrative research, alt-ac professionals, feminists and activists of all stripes.

Faculty

Jesse Stommel
Jesse Stommel is co-founder of Digital Pedagogy Lab and Hybrid Pedagogy: an open-access journal of learning, teaching, and technology.
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