STS as a Critical Pedagogy Workshop

How We're Taught to Teach / Pre-Workshop Memo

Last month I attended a two-session anti-racist pedagogy workshop at my university (Drexel, in Philadelphia, PA, US). It was organized by the Associate Dean of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (Amelia Hoover-Greene), with Drexel faculty member (Janet MCCloskey) and Neisha-Anne Green from American...Read more
Photo Elicitation for Exploring Complex Systems

These slides accompany comments made by Sharlissa Moore and Aubrey Wigner in the "Making the Invisible Visible" panel of the STS as a Critical Pedagogy workshop, summer 2021.Read more

STS as a Critical Pedagogy Workshop Program

This is the final version of the collaboratively-built program for the NSF funded "STS as a Critical Pedagogy" workshop, hosted virtually in the summer of 2021.

The workshop was originally scheduled to take place in person over two days in the summer of 2019. Delayed due to Covid-19, and...Read more

Making the Invisible Visible Group Presentation Slides

This slides accompanied the group presentation for the Making the Invisible Visible panel with Ellie Amstrong, Shelby Dietz, Sharlissa Moore, Ellan Spero, and Aubrey Wigner. This was part of the STS as a Critical Pedagogy Workshop, summer 2021.Read more

Navigating Dimensions across Materials and History: Scale as a Lens to Understand Dynamic and Cumulative Sociotechnical Relationships

"Navigating Dimensions across Materials and History: Scale as a Lens to Understand Dynamic and Cumulative Sociotechnical Relationships" by Ellan F. Spero and Christine Ortiz.

Spero, E. F., & Ortiz, C. (2021). Navigating Dimensions across Materials and History: Scale as a Lens to...Read more

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