On Friday, September 5th, Hybrid Pedagogy hosted a #digped discussion on Twitter about classroom discussion and the pedagogy of inclusion. Foremost in the conversation were concerns about social anxieties, race relations, class assumptions, personal desires, and diverse power dynamics which are at play in almost every classroom environment. Critical pedagogy insists that these issues never be overlooked in any facet of teaching and learning, and so the hashtag chat fronted these issues head-on.
Adam Heidebrink-Bruno (@adamheid) is the Assistant Editor at Hybrid Pedagogy and a rogue educator, teaching-and-learning wherever there is potential to do so. He specializes in not specializing, previously situated in public, private, and adventure education environments. In both scholarship and practice, he frequently finds himself at the intersection of pedagogy, literacy, and technology. His personal web site can be found at adamheid.com.