During our session on Interrogating Critical STS Pedagogies tomorrow, we will share - and ask you to share - artifacts that you use while teaching STS, but that also help you reflect on what critical pedagogy means to you. These might be assignments, evaluations, examples, vignettes, activities, simulations, or anything you want. We’re excited to see both artifacts from core STS classes and from non-STS classes where you’re trying to bring STS sensibilities. Spend no more than 15 minutes total on this. For now, there is no need to explain or contextualize. We’ll discuss them in group conversation, but we’ll also invite you to share them (e.g., handouts, summaries, instructions, etc) as part of a “Critical Pedagogy Cookbook” that we’ll construct together towards the end of our conversation
This is the panel abstract for the "Interrogating STS Pedagogies" panel with Raquel Velho, Jim Malazita, Matt Wisnioski, Eric Kennedy, and Martin Perez Comisso, as part of the STS as a Critical Pedagogy workshop, July 7, 2021.
Program, STS as a Critical Pedagogy workshop
Raquel Velho, James Malazita, Matt Wisnioski, Eric Kennedy and Martin Perez Comisso, 5 August 2021, "Interrogating STS Pedagogies Panel Abstract", contributed by Emily York, STS Infrastructures, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 5 August 2021, accessed 16 October 2021.