STS pedagogies are practiced in a host of formal and informal spaces, in relation to different disciplines and objectives, with different participants, and across geographical spaces. They also change over time.
Where might these practices theoretically and/or methodologically overlap and diverge? What stories do we tell about STS pedagogies?
We can consider STS pedagogies as an "STS formation" broadly construed. In that spirit, we invite you to annotate this text artifact using the "Querying STS Formations" structured analytic. To do this, select this text artifact and click Annotate. Select the Querying STS Formations analytic from the drop-down list, then select the question that you would like to address. You can give your annotation a title, share your thoughts in the Annotation box, select the license you feel comfortable with, and possibly the STS Pedagogies tag and/or others, and save.
This prompt was initially created for the STS as a Critical Pedagogy workshop. It is intended to create a space to share thoughts regarding STS pedagogies as an STS formation.
Emily York, 8 June 2021, "STS pedagogies as an STS formation", contributed by Emily York and Shannon N. Conley, STS Infrastructures, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 30 August 2021, accessed 16 October 2021.