STS as a Critical Pedagogy Workshop

The Digital State Syllabus Spring 21 - Douglas-Jones

RD: This Digital Innovation and Management course uses ethnographic studies and theoretical frameworks from Anthropology, STS and Organisational studies to examine the new responsibilities, obligations and of state actors as they implement IT systems. It asks how public bodies use and store data...Read more

Reading: 30 Percent Chance

This reading, "'A 30% Chance of Rain Tomorrow': How Does the Public
Understand ProbabilisticWeather Forecasts?" by Gigerenzer et al. (2005), is included as part of a teaching artifact by Eric Kennedy.Read more

History of Science Syllabus - Spring 2019 - Sheppard

Throughout this semester, we will focus on the search for knowledge about the natural world, from antiquity to today. In order to successfully participate in this course, you must first forget everything you think you know about science, how it has developed, and what it means to you today. We...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

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