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CoverIntroducing Feminist Critical Digital PedagogyThe University Cannot Love You Reflection, Agency and Advocacy as Feminist PedagogyVirtually De-Centered and Radically HopefulAgency and Reciprocity in Digital EducationFeminist-Oriented, Mixed Methods Action ResearchAuthor BiographiesIndex of Topics

Index of Topics

capitalism 5covid-19 13culture 11equity 5ethic of care 4hegemonic 3hegemony 1holistic 19indigenous 12intersectional 8justice 5labor 28labour 12marginal 7neoliberal 8oppression 4positionality 14power 36praxis 12race 14sexual 3surveillance 6voice 20

capitalism

Reflection, Agency and Advocacy as Feminist Pedagogy

  1. … Development to Ecopedagogy: Sustaining capitalism or Sustaining Life? Green Theory…

Agency and Reciprocity in Digital Education

  1. … Friction-free racism: Surveillance capitalism turns a profit by making people more…
  2. … (Watters, 2014) and “surveillance capitalism” (Zuboff, 2017) in which the privacy…

Using Botanical Structures to Inform Collaborative and Multi-Disciplinary Learning in the Digital Age

  1. … (2017). A Thousand Plateaus: capitalism and Schizophrenia. Bloomsbury. (Original…
  2. … their book A Thousand Plateaus: capitalism and Schizophrenia (1980), making sense…

covid-19

The University Cannot Love You

  1. Gendered Labour in covid-19
  2. … labor and faculty development: covid-19 and dealing with the emotional fallout.…
  3. … disproportionately impacted by covid-19. Indeed, it should not be forgotten that…
  4. … during a pandemic? The impact of covid-19 on precarious women working in universities. Gender…
  5. … the female academic during the covid-19 pandemic. The Lancet, 395(10242), 1968-1970.…
  6. … (2020). Moral injury and the covid-19 pandemic: Reframing what it is, who it affects…
  7. … of school closures during the covid-19 pandemic. The Lancet, 395(10242), 1968.…
  8. … women? Gender inequalities in covid-19 research authorship. BMJ Global Health, 5(7),…
  9. … (2020). Policy brief: The impact of covid-19 on women. https://edtechbooks.org/-isZ
  10. … Courtois, 2020). In the moment of covid-19, all of this work demands an expanded…

Virtually De-Centered and Radically Hopeful

  1. … virtual teaching because of the covid-19 pandemic, thus taking the virtual aspects…

Agency and Reciprocity in Digital Education

  1. … have been profoundly changed by covid-19.
  2. … his experiences in response to covid-19:

culture

Reflection, Agency and Advocacy as Feminist Pedagogy

  1. … traditional—and highly valued in western cultures—anthropocentric paradigms.…
  2. … and distance education across cultures. Gender and Education, 29(7), 850-868.

Virtually De-Centered and Radically Hopeful

  1. … reflections on gender, race, class, and culture as intersecting power structures.…
  2. … structures: Simple rules to unleash a culture of innovation. Liberating Structures…

Agency and Reciprocity in Digital Education

  1. … mortgage means that we live in a culture of compliance, that we are ever more…
  2. … in a social environment, maker culture has emphasized informal, networked, peer…
  3. Harris, A. (2008). Next wave cultures: Feminism, subcultures, activism. Routledge.
  4. … control, conformity, reciprocity, culture and sewing. I thought about the tremendous…

Using Botanical Structures to Inform Collaborative and Multi-Disciplinary Learning in the Digital Age

  1. … traditional linear learning monoculture towards the creation of multi-disciplinary…
  2. … plant world and from Indigenous cultures as Kimmerer suggests, we can look to…
  3. … Hybrid Metaphor: From Biology to culture. The Journal of American Folklore, 112(445),…

equity

The University Cannot Love You

  1. … the tradition of “me first” equity politics that centres the experiences…

Reflection, Agency and Advocacy as Feminist Pedagogy

  1. … my commitment to educational equity and critical pedagogies. I have been fortunate…

Virtually De-Centered and Radically Hopeful

  1. … in doing this work. It is an equity-inspired commitment we would like to stand…

Feminist-Oriented, Mixed Methods Action Research

  1. … Tierney, 2013) as well as bias and equity (Schinske & Tanner, 2014; van Ewijk,…

Using Botanical Structures to Inform Collaborative and Multi-Disciplinary Learning in the Digital Age

  1. … the Discourse of Opinion in the equity Classroom. equity & Excellence in Education,…

ethic of care

The University Cannot Love You

  1. … underwritten by an institutional ethic of care philosophy—which centres on relationality,…
  2. … care, I ground my definitions in ethic of care philosophy. Emerging from feminist thinking,…

Reflection, Agency and Advocacy as Feminist Pedagogy

  1. … were to ground the course in an ethic of care, create community, elevate student voice…
  2. … most importantly, though, the ethic of care and the willingness to approach the subject…

hegemonic

Reflection, Agency and Advocacy as Feminist Pedagogy

  1. … originally designed reinforced hegemonic educational practices.

Using Botanical Structures to Inform Collaborative and Multi-Disciplinary Learning in the Digital Age

  1. … 2015), teaching must resist the hegemonic dominance of thought processes. Teaching…
  2. … suggest alternative and counter-hegemonic ways of thinking about the world. In…

hegemony

Reflection, Agency and Advocacy as Feminist Pedagogy

  1. … upheld an oppressive educational hegemony where the instructor held the power…

holistic

Reflection, Agency and Advocacy as Feminist Pedagogy

  1. … including myself, take a more holistic view of environmental education, calling…
  2. … actions rather than looking more holistically at the intersections of environmental,…

Agency and Reciprocity in Digital Education

  1. Prescriptive & holistic Technologies
  2. … experiences with alternative, more holistic approaches (Mackness & Bell, 2015).
  3. … and learning so, too, must a holistic approach to digital pedagogy.
  4. … to bad pedagogy. By contrast, holistic technologies enable reciprocity. Franklin…
  5. … to live life” (pp. 17-18). A holistic practice of use and repair ensures producers…
  6. Kamiks are the output of such holistic technologies.
  7. … of “prescriptive” and “holistic” technologies. I then seek to clarify…
  8. … example, in what he called “holistic open pedagogy,” Worth (2017) made it…
  9. … further differentiated between holistic technologies and prescriptive technologies.…
  10. My initial interest in holistic approaches to digital pedagogy began with a direct…
  11. … I see more alignment with the holistic sewing of kamiks than with the production…
  12. By contrast, within holistic technologies artisans “control the process of their…
  13. … into coherent wholes… It is holistic, dynamic and cumulative in its approach…
  14. … she was teaching me to think holistically and to value “small.” She taught…

Feminist-Oriented, Mixed Methods Action Research

  1. … classroom life demands a subjective, holistic, and flexible approach” (Klehr,…

Using Botanical Structures to Inform Collaborative and Multi-Disciplinary Learning in the Digital Age

  1. … space for multi-disciplinary, holistic, and collaborative ways of developing skills.…
  2. … that are truly inclusive and holistic. Disciplines are no longer isolated from…

indigenous

The University Cannot Love You

  1. … critiques of care by Black and indigenous scholars and think about when and where…
  2. … post-partum body, the Black, brown, or indigenous body, the queer body: these shapes…
  3. … indeed, the history and Black and indigenous invocations of care are acts of resistance…

Reflection, Agency and Advocacy as Feminist Pedagogy

  1. … individuals who identify as black, indigenous, or people of color) and/or LGBTQIA…

Agency and Reciprocity in Digital Education

  1. … Inuvik’s population is predominantly indigenous and is made up of the Gwich’in…
  2. … (2013). Braiding sweetgrass: indigenous wisdom, scientific knowledge and the teachings…
  3. … Latin American and Australian indigenous peoples have used pirate satellites and…
  4. … information really want to be free? indigenous knowledge systems and the question…

Using Botanical Structures to Inform Collaborative and Multi-Disciplinary Learning in the Digital Age

  1. … (2013). Braiding Sweetgrass: indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teachings…
  2. … from the plant world and from indigenous cultures as Kimmerer suggests, we can look…
  3. … fields already explored through indigenous knowledges for centuries (Castro, 2019).…
  4. … Kimmerer in Braiding Sweetgrass: indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the…

intersectional

Introducing Feminist Critical Digital Pedagogy

  1. … everyone, not just women. Our view is intersectional (Crenshaw, 1989; Collins, 2019):…

Reflection, Agency and Advocacy as Feminist Pedagogy

  1. Russell, C. (2019). An intersectional approach to teaching and learning about humans…
  2. … grounded the content in the idea of intersectionality (Crenshaw 1989), an idea presented…

Virtually De-Centered and Radically Hopeful

  1. … power structures. Awareness of intersectionality and “confluence” (Shaw & Lee, 2007,…
  2. … full-time employees with our own intersectional identities, linked to very particular…
  3. … (1991). Mapping the margins: intersectionality, identity politics, and violence against…
  4. … Crenshaw’s (1991) critical lens on intersectionality, we discussed the need for developing…

Feminist-Oriented, Mixed Methods Action Research

  1. … (2020). 50 Audre Lorde quotes on intersectionality and redefining ourselves. Retrieved…

justice

Reflection, Agency and Advocacy as Feminist Pedagogy

  1. … sustainability education, environmental justice, and an overview course on learners…
  2. … Environmental Education and Learning for justice (formerly Teaching Tolerance).…
  3. … with social [and environmental] justice. My position as an ecofeminist educator…
  4. … University with a commitment to social justice: for me that means actively working…

Feminist-Oriented, Mixed Methods Action Research

  1. … create casual prejudice. Social justice Research, 17(2), 117-127.

labor

The University Cannot Love You

  1. … McGowan, S. (2020). Affective labor and faculty development: COVID-19 and dealing…
  2. … eye of the beholder: Emotional labor in academia varies with tenure and gender.…
  3. … Change, S.-J. (2018). Emotional labor and burnout: A review of the literature. Yonsei…
  4. ...affective labor exists at work, it is integral to our work, we do our best…

Reflection, Agency and Advocacy as Feminist Pedagogy

  1. … community-based curriculum, collaboration, and embodied praxis.”
  2. … empowering student voices, collaboration, community building and lived experience…
  3. … class to be one that valued collaboration, community building, and recognition…
  4. … Turpin, J. (2020). Community, collaboration, and care: Feminist methodologies…

Virtually De-Centered and Radically Hopeful

  1. … includes active learning, collaboration, interactions, hopeful inquiry–all…
  2. On that note, the issue of labor was a popular and heated theme in our synchronous…
  3. … feminist values, we hope to collaborate and learn from and learn with others…

Agency and Reciprocity in Digital Education

  1. … discovery that 'our way' is a collaborative affair" (Bali et al., 2015, p.…
  2. … Multistakeholder Internet Dialog: Co:llaboratory [sic] Discussion Paper Series…

Feminist-Oriented, Mixed Methods Action Research

  1. … I explored the impact of a collaborative, web-based comment bank on online…
  2. … by feminist pedagogy—and collaboration was used to explore potential solutions…
  3. Furthermore, elaborating upon the benefits of and possibilities associated with…
  4. In the following sections I elaborate further on issues of reflexivity, choice…
  5. … include insider, insider in collaboration with other insiders, insider(s) in…
  6. … in part, as an insider in collaboration with other insiders. My associated…
  7. … feedback process with web-based, collaborative comment banks (Order No. 28151360).…
  8. … chapter lead to more work and collaboration in this area (and in open education…
  9. … intervention (a web-based collaborative comment bank) on online teaching self-efficacy,…

Using Botanical Structures to Inform Collaborative and Multi-Disciplinary Learning in the Digital Age

  1. … inform multi-disciplinary collaborative approaches to teaching pedagogies by…
  2. … Using the Three Sisters and collaborative multi-hybrid metaphors rooted in…
  3. … multi-disciplinary, holistic, and collaborative ways of developing skills.…
  4. … hybrid. In many cases, the collaborative genes of the parent varieties come…
  5. … impartee (Freiman, 2021). It is a collaboration grounded in reciprocity - a…
  6. … connections and opportunities for collaboration between students, professors,…

labour

The University Cannot Love You

  1. Gendered labour in Covid-19
  2. … service without burning out? The labour of individuals showing care for each…
  3. … meant to exclude. The emotional labour of the university ensures student success,…
  4. … universities while using our emotional labour to sustain the institution. This…
  5. … care at their centre. So as the labour of care in the pivot to digital—both…
  6. … completely, not only due to unpaid labour at home but due to unrecognized pastoral…
  7. … a high component of emotional labour—first defined by Arlie Russell Hochschild…
  8. … It is, very explicitly, care labour. In the early stages of the pandemic, this…
  9. … Cassidy, S. (2013). Emotional labour in university lecturers: Considerations…
  10. … general, it is women who carry the labour of caregiving. In April, the UN warned…
  11. … recent reflection on affective labour and faculty development,

Agency and Reciprocity in Digital Education

  1. … small, too hard to learn and too labour intensive. I began to wonder how and…

marginal

The University Cannot Love You

  1. … structurally and systemically marginalized. McGregor draws on Christina Sharpe’s  In…
  2. … But we are also, many of us, marginalized within our universities while using…
  3. … professional lives of women and marginalized scholars look if our institutions…
  4. … and carers are often already marginalized in other ways. In academia, precarious…
  5. … certainly more dire impacts on more marginalized women and their families.
  6. … insulates me from many axes of marginalization within academia. As I write this…

Reflection, Agency and Advocacy as Feminist Pedagogy

  1. Crenshaw, K.W. (1989). ‘Demarginalizing the Intersection of Race and Sex: A Black…

neoliberal

Introducing Feminist Critical Digital Pedagogy

  1. … racism, ableism, androcentrism or neoliberalism). Intersectional analysis of gender…

The University Cannot Love You

  1. Resisting neoliberal Manifestations of “Care”
  2. … embrace its resonances and reject neoliberal representations of care that strive…

Reflection, Agency and Advocacy as Feminist Pedagogy

  1. Lloro-Bidart, T. (2017). neoliberal and disciplinary environmentality and ‘sustainable…
  2. … want the class to reproduce that neoliberal, individualist mindset so prevalent…
  3. … upheld traditional, hierarchical, neoliberal approaches and paradigms. Next, I explain…
  4. … education's focus has felt somewhat neoliberal in the way that it tends to instrumentalize…

Agency and Reciprocity in Digital Education

  1. … adopting them, we have normalized neoliberalism in education, through automation,…

oppression

Introducing Feminist Critical Digital Pedagogy

  1. … and hopeful reading of gender oppression and sexism in society (for example, Ali,…

Reflection, Agency and Advocacy as Feminist Pedagogy

  1. … working to dismantle systems of oppression, particularly within teacher education…

Feminist-Oriented, Mixed Methods Action Research

  1. … beyond—concerns of sexism, oppression, patriarchal structures, and associated…
  2. … to end sexist exploitation and oppression and reverse long-standing patriarchies),…

positionality

Reflection, Agency and Advocacy as Feminist Pedagogy

  1. My positionality
  2. … me to clarify my thinking and positionality as an educator, allowing me a freedom and…
  3. … students in reflecting on their own positionality, the systems of privilege in which…
  4. … paradigms. Next, I explain how my positionality as an ecofeminist scholar-activist…

Agency and Reciprocity in Digital Education

  1. positionality

Feminist-Oriented, Mixed Methods Action Research

  1. … a sustained reflection on the positionality of knowledge and presented as an opportunity…
  2. … existing research and literature. My positionality also evolved overtime, as my familiarity…
  3. … choice of methods, bias, and positionality in mixed methods action research through…
  4. … the language used, but also my positionality, reflexivity, and bias (further explained…
  5. … (2015) describe a variety of positionality types and categories which to include insider,…
  6. … participants, ongoing reflections on positionality were imperative. positionality was…
  7. … participants shared and related positionality, as well. Reflection and journaling provided…
  8. … also to sustain awareness of positionality and possible bias throughout the entirety…
  9. … must both actively reflect upon positionality as a continuum and also intentionally…

power

Introducing Feminist Critical Digital Pedagogy

  1. … context of intersecting systems of power (for example, racism, ableism, androcentrism…
  2. … challenge, and impact systems of power as they relate to issues that have to…

The University Cannot Love You

  1. … unmediated by the state or other power structures, and given its complexity…
  2. … responsibility, and acknowledging power dynamics—the natural outcome is technology…
  3. … staff with less institutional power than even I hold. And the people impacted…
  4. … each other, acknowledges the power dynamics that can disrupt those relationships,…

Reflection, Agency and Advocacy as Feminist Pedagogy

  1. … artifacts such as essays and powerpoint presentations. These assignments were…
  2. … things, the role and impact of power structures that have dominated their educational…
  3. … where the instructor held the power to decide what information was important,…
  4. … planet, a desire to dismantle power structures and practices that are harmful…
  5. … student voice and agency, attend to power dynamics, and engage in the course…
  6. … education and traditional educational power dynamics (McCusker, 2017) and environmental…

Virtually De-Centered and Radically Hopeful

  1. … class, and culture as intersecting power structures. Awareness of intersectionality…
  2. … environment. Paying attention to power dynamics in a feminist virtual classroom…
  3. … differences, destabilizing traditional power dynamics) we did find that the…
  4. … to very particular routes of power, we must continuously consider and practice…
  5. … McCandless, K. (2014). The surprising power of liberating structures: Simple…
  6. … practices. Given the inherent power relationships and hierarchies that exist…

Agency and Reciprocity in Digital Education

  1. Such questions of consent, power, transparency and ownership demonstrate a deep…
  2. … kit’ of those who have and wield power” (p. 15). What happens when we begin…
  3. … of reflecting on the following powerful questions:
  4. Schneier, B. (2013). power in the Age of the Feudal Internet. MIND: Multistakeholder…
  5. … humanitarian who considered the ways power is woven into technology. More than…
  6. … there an equitable share of the power within and without the class, and if…

Feminist-Oriented, Mixed Methods Action Research

  1. … research emerges as a tool, and a powerful one at that, to act with intentionality…
  2. … feminist theory and pedagogy offers powerful opportunities to both acknowledge…
  3. … of meaning and distribution of power” (Golden, 2018, p. 43). This demonstrates…
  4. … realistic in its relationship to empowerment” (Bond, 2019, para. 1), I deliberately…
  5. … methodologically attuned to issues of power, difference, voice, silence, and…
  6. … integral force” (p. 251) with powerful implications that include—and even…
  7. … also serves as a reminder of the power of critical reflection on the far-reaching…
  8. The breadth and potential power of feminist theory and feminist digital pedagogy,…
  9. … mixed-methods action research are powerful and applicable to educational research…
  10. … consciousness, and the politics of empowerment. New York: Routledge.

Using Botanical Structures to Inform Collaborative and Multi-Disciplinary Learning in the Digital Age

  1. … production, challenge unequal power relations, and move learning beyond hierarchical…
  2. … practices that question established power structures. In contrast to Deleuze…

praxis

Introducing Feminist Critical Digital Pedagogy

  1. … self-reflection and feminist praxis. Chapters in the book, as well as other…
  2. … technology and feminist pedagogies and praxis.
  3. … feminist theory building and praxis can occur in different ways (Collins, 2019).…

Reflection, Agency and Advocacy as Feminist Pedagogy

  1. … Sustaining Life? Green Theory and praxis: The Journal of Ecopedagogy, 4(1),…
  2. … curriculum, collaboration, and embodied praxis.”
  3. … Anti-Oppressive Education. Green Theory and praxis: The Journal of Ecopedagogy,…
  4. … environmental literature. Green Theory & praxis: The Journal of Ecopedagogy,…

Virtually De-Centered and Radically Hopeful

  1. … these questions useful for our praxis as teachers enacting any sort of feminist…

Agency and Reciprocity in Digital Education

  1. … online proctoring tools. Open praxis, 12(4), 509-525.
  2. … in sunlight and in shade. Open praxis, 7(1), 25-38.
  3. … five' from OER creation. Open praxis, 11(4), 355-367.

Using Botanical Structures to Inform Collaborative and Multi-Disciplinary Learning in the Digital Age

  1. … in Sunlight and in Shade. Open praxis, 7(1). https://doi.org/10.5944/openpraxis.7.1.173

race

The University Cannot Love You

  1. … fall. But to help faculty extend grace to students, they needed to have someone…
  2. … perspective, non-Black scholars can embrace its resonances and reject neoliberal…
  3. … be. Ng discusses how gender, race, ability, sexuality, and class inscribe…
  4. … through and involves extending grace to students, recognizing that they might…
  5. And I am also a white woman. My race insulates me from many axes of marginalization…

Reflection, Agency and Advocacy as Feminist Pedagogy

  1. … would apply lenses of gender, race, class, ability, and socio-economic status…
  2. … ‘Demarginalizing the Intersection of race and Sex: A Black Feminist Critique…

Virtually De-Centered and Radically Hopeful

  1. … feminist teachers, we must embrace the complexities and ambiguities of our…
  2. … shaped by reflections on gender, race, class, and culture as intersecting…

Feminist-Oriented, Mixed Methods Action Research

  1. … gender, professional status, and race and their impact on social science research”…
  2. … capture the unique experience her race and gender permit. While I identify…
  3. … however, and in a manner that embraces feminist pedagogy as “a pedagogy…
  4. … supportive and more widely embraced feminist thinking for the benefit of everyone…

Using Botanical Structures to Inform Collaborative and Multi-Disciplinary Learning in the Digital Age

  1. … homogeneous research and struggle to embrace new technological forms of teaching…

sexual

The University Cannot Love You

  1. … discusses how gender, race, ability, sexuality, and class inscribe themselves…

Reflection, Agency and Advocacy as Feminist Pedagogy

  1. … transgender, queer, intersex and asexual). I identified several overarching…

Feminist-Oriented, Mixed Methods Action Research

  1. … survey research on premarital sexual behavior, and which might, as an example,…

surveillance

The University Cannot Love You

  1. … on in the homespace or using surveillance tools like e-proctoring and analytics to…

Agency and Reciprocity in Digital Education

  1. … through automation, algorithms, surveillance and data tracking in educational systems.…
  2. … October 15). Friction-free racism: surveillance capitalism turns a profit by making…
  3. … regularly exposed to the largest-ever surveillance network without their knowledge…
  4. … imperialism” (Watters, 2014) and “surveillance capitalism” (Zuboff, 2017) in…
  5. … data, analytics, privacy and surveillance. I thought about my kids, control, conformity,…

voice

The University Cannot Love You

  1. Gilligan, C. (1993). In a different voice: Psychological theory and women’s…

Reflection, Agency and Advocacy as Feminist Pedagogy

  1. … mindsets and behaviors. Many voices and perspectives are erased. Requiring…
  2. … emphasis to empowering student voices, collaboration, community building and…
  3. … create community, elevate student voice and agency, attend to power dynamics,…

Virtually De-Centered and Radically Hopeful

  1. … learners to be able to use their voices authentically and care about themselves…
  2. … S., & Lee, J. (2007). Women’s voices, feminist visions: Classic and contemporary…
  3. … entry points, some participants voiced concerns about "making sense" of what…
  4. … assuring collective leadership and voice to all participants. So to the question…
  5. … faculty communities. Again, a voice from one community participant:

Feminist-Oriented, Mixed Methods Action Research

  1. … Mistaken Assumptions, and Silenced voices
  2. … individuals both identify their unique voice (amidst a world with innumerable…
  3. … have the potential to leave some voices silenced finds voice and comfort in…
  4. … communication and safe spaces to voice challenges with grading), most if not…
  5. … might impact the “ordinary” voices of others during data collection. In…
  6. … journals reflected a stronger voice on the part of participant input as well…
  7. … issues of power, difference, voice, silence, and the complexities of the knowable…
  8. … including formerly overlooked voices – using digital tools” (p. 42). Leckenby…
  9. … reflexivity, assumptions, and voice based on a study I conducted on the web-based…
  10. … reflexivity, assumptions, and voice.

Using Botanical Structures to Inform Collaborative and Multi-Disciplinary Learning in the Digital Age

  1. … you were a teacher but had no voice to speak your knowledge? What if you had…