STS Critical Pedagogies Workshop - STS Labs and Clinics - Your Classroom, Your Lab?

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How can your classroom also be a space for modeling a "laboratory" or lab practices?

  • How can the "space" of your pedagogy or classroom be leveraged in a way that enacts a "laboratory"?
  • What is the "institution" where you teach and how does it come to matter in your class's socio-material engagements?
  • What problems/"politics" do you see your class/pedagogy as attempting to engage/address?
  • What kinds of "objects" or "products" do they imagine producing or already produce in your class?

License

Creative Commons Licence

Created Date

August 4, 2021 - 10:15am

Contributors

Contributed date

August 4, 2021 - 10:31am

Critical Commentary

This is a set of provocations provided by the STS Labs and Clinics panel in the STS as a Critical Pedagogy workshop to engage participants in discussion. The STS Labs and Clinics panel included Anita Say Chan, Rachel Douglas-Jones, Ranjit Singh, and Malte Ziewitz.

Source

STS Labs and Clinics panel, captured from zoom video.

Language

English

Cite as

Anita Say Chan, Rachel Douglas-Jones, Ranjit Singh and Malte Ziewitz, 4 August 2021, "STS Critical Pedagogies Workshop - STS Labs and Clinics - Your Classroom, Your Lab?", contributed by Emily York, STS Infrastructures, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 4 August 2021, accessed 16 October 2021.