STS pedagogies

Panel Description (We are screwing up and sticking with it)

While technopreneurs have embraced the idea and practice of failing as necessary training for eventual success, in this panel we situate front and center our screw-ups and struggles in the classroom while divesting ourselves of the...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

Social, Technical... and Environmental?: Addressing Environmental Entanglements as a Part of Engineering Education

This paper, by Dr. Elizabeth A. Reddy and Dr. Shannon Davies Mancus, was presented at the ASEE 2021 meeting.

Training students to be sensitive to the entanglements of technologies and social life has been an important move for engineering educators interested...Read more

Humility in critical STS pedagogies

One theme that came across to me in the two sessions from today -- "Teaching and Thinking With Disabilities" and "We Are Screwing Up and Sticking With It" -- was the reflexivity and humility involved in practicing critical STS pedagogies. Disciplinary humility, epistemic humility, pedagogical...Read more
Making the Case for Ourselves: Boundary Objects in Critical STS Pedagogies Panel Notes June 23, 2021

This is a PDF download of a Google document. It reflects notes taken during the "Making the Case for Ourselves: Boundary Objects in Critical STS Pedagogies" Panel with Marisa Brandt, Kate Sheppard, Sean Ferguson, Anna Geltzer, and Kari Zacharias in the STS as a Critical Pedagogy Workshop, Summer...Read more

Updated Workshop Schedule May 2021

The NSF STS as a Critical Pedagogy workshop was originally planned as a two-day in-person workshop in Harrisonburg, VA, in July 2020. Due to the pandemic, it was postponed to summer 2021. Despite the growing optimism regarding Covid vaccinations, York and Conley determined that it was safest to...Read more

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