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Critical Pedagogy & Instructional Design & Technology: A Dialectic Toward Equity & Inclusion

AECT CLT and OPWL Webinar

Description

This webinar introduces key concepts and premises of critical pedagogy, explores tensions and resonances between critical pedagogy and instructional design & technology (IDT), and suggests an initial praxis-based approach toward reconciling our work in IDT with critical pedagogy. Reconsidering our work through a critical pedagogy lens provides powerful opportunities to increase our understanding of systems and structures that we are conditioned not to see, that we may have believed are beyond our power to modify, or that we may have dismissed as beyond our proper role to engage, and can help us recognize the indivisibility of culture, learning, and technology in the ethical practice of instructional design and  technology.

About Amy Bradshaw

  • Amy Bradshaw

    Amy C. Bradshaw, Ph.D.

    Amy C. Bradshaw is an Associate Professor of Instructional Design and Technology at the University of Oklahoma. Her research interests focus on equity and inclusion at the intersection of culture, learning, and technology, and critical pedagogy. She is the Vice President of Research & Publications for the  Culture, Learning, and Technology (CLT) Division for the Association of Educational Communications Technology (AECT). For more information, please visit her website: http://unpack.us/amycbradshaw/

    Check Dr. Bradshaw’s recent award-winning publications

    Bradshaw, A.C. (2017). Critical Pedagogy and Educational Technology, in A.D. Benson, R. Joseph, & J.L. Moore (eds.) Culture, Learning, and Technology: Research & Practice (pp. 8-27). New York: Routledge.

    [Best Publication – Book Chapter Award, 2017. Association for Educational Communications and Technology – Culture, Learning & Technology Division]

    Bradshaw, A.C. (2018). Reconsidering the instructional design and technology timeline through a lens of social justice. Tech Trends: Linking Research and Practice to Improve Learning 62(4), 336-344.

    [Best Publication – Journal Article Award, 2019. Association for Educational Communications and Technology – Culture, Learning & Technology Division]

    Bradshaw, A.C. (2018). Minding the Stories We Tell: Acknowledging Implicit Narratives in IDT. in Hokanson, B., (Eds.) Educational technology and narrative: Story and instructional design (pp. 231-247). New York: Springer.

    [Best Publication – Book Chapter Award, 2019. Association for Educational Communications and Technology Culture, Learning & Technology Division]

    Amy C. Bradshaw is an Associate Professor of Instructional Design and Technology at the University of Oklahoma. Her research interests focus on equity and inclusion at the intersection of culture, learning, and technology, and critical pedagogy. She is the Vice President of Research & Publications for the  Culture, Learning, and Technology (CLT) Division for the Association of Educational Communications Technology (AECT). For more information, please visit her website: http://unpack.us/amycbradshaw/

    Check Dr. Bradshaw’s recent award-winning publications

    Bradshaw, A.C. (2017). Critical Pedagogy and Educational Technology, in A.D. Benson, R. Joseph, & J.L. Moore (eds.) Culture, Learning, and Technology: Research & Practice (pp. 8-27). New York: Routledge.

    [Best Publication – Book Chapter Award, 2017. Association for Educational Communications and Technology – Culture, Learning & Technology Division]

    Bradshaw, A.C. (2018). Reconsidering the instructional design and technology timeline through a lens of social justice. Tech Trends: Linking Research and Practice to Improve Learning 62(4), 336-344.

    [Best Publication – Journal Article Award, 2019. Association for Educational Communications and Technology – Culture, Learning & Technology Division]

    Bradshaw, A.C. (2018). Minding the Stories We Tell: Acknowledging Implicit Narratives in IDT. in Hokanson, B., (Eds.) Educational technology and narrative: Story and instructional design (pp. 231-247). New York: Springer.

    [Best Publication – Book Chapter Award, 2019. Association for Educational Communications and Technology Culture, Learning & Technology Division]