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Hybrid Teaching

Hybrid Teaching

By Chris Friend
This show addresses the intersections of pedagogy and power in our connected — and challenging — education environment. It's the audiobook version of the open-access edited collection of the same name, published in February 2021. The book features twenty-seven chapters of provocative texts addressing the intersections of critical pedagogy and digital technology in our present political moment.
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Ghost Towns of the Public Good
Chris Friend (@chris_friend) from Kean University presents “Ghost Towns of the Public Good” by Pat Lockley. The piece is from the edited collection Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics, which is available as an ebook, a print-on-demand paperback, as a free downloadable PDF, and as open-access articles published at Hybrid Pedagogy and elsewhere on the open Web.
10:16
August 12, 2022
The Political Power of Play
Chris Friend (@chris_friend) from Kean University reads “The Political Power of Play” by Adeline Koh. The piece is from the edited collection Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics, which is available as an ebook, a print-on-demand paperback, as a free downloadable PDF, and as open-access articles published at Hybrid Pedagogy and elsewhere on the open Web.
21:18
August 05, 2022
Education as Bulwark of Uselessness
Chris Friend (@chris_friend) from Kean University presents “Education as Bulwark of Uselessness” read by its author, Luca Morini. The piece is from the edited collection Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics, which is available as an ebook, a print-on-demand paperback, as a free downloadable PDF, and as open-access articles published at Hybrid Pedagogy and elsewhere on the open Web.
21:28
August 02, 2022
dis(Owning) Tech
Chris Friend (@chris_friend) from Kean University presents “(dis)Owning Tech” read by its author, Timothy R. Amidon. The piece is from the edited collection Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics, which is available as an ebook, a print-on-demand paperback, as a free downloadable PDF, and as open-access articles published at Hybrid Pedagogy and elsewhere on the open Web.
28:41
July 29, 2022
Pedagogy and the Logic of Platforms
Chris Friend (@chris_friend) from Kean University presents “Pedagogy and the Logic of Platforms” by Chris Gilliard. The piece is from the edited collection Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics, which is available as an ebook, a print-on-demand paperback, as a free downloadable PDF, and as open-access articles published at Hybrid Pedagogy and elsewhere on the open Web.
11:16
July 15, 2022
Interrogating the Digital Divide
Chris Friend (@chris_friend) from Kean University presents “Interrogating the Digital Divide” read by its author, Lee Skallerup Bessette. The piece is from the edited collection Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics, which is available as an ebook, a print-on-demand paperback, as a free downloadable PDF, and as open-access articles published at Hybrid Pedagogy and elsewhere on the open Web.
09:28
July 08, 2022
Critical Citizenship for Critical Times
Chris Friend (@chris_friend) from Kean University presents “Critical Citizenship for Critical Times” read by its author, Maha Bali. The piece is from the edited collection Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics, which is available as an ebook, a print-on-demand paperback, as a free downloadable PDF, and as open-access articles published at Hybrid Pedagogy and elsewhere on the open Web.
09:56
July 01, 2022
Pedagogy as Protest
Chris Friend (@chris_friend) from Kean University presents “Pedagogy as Protest” read by its author, Jessica Zeller. The piece is from the edited collection Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics, which is available as an ebook, a print-on-demand paperback, as a free downloadable PDF, and as open-access articles published at Hybrid Pedagogy and elsewhere on the open Web.
12:28
June 24, 2022
Assessing So That People Stop Killing Each Other
Chris Friend (@chris_friend) from Kean University presents “Assessing So That People Stop Killing Each Other” read by its author, Asao B. Inoue. The piece is from the edited collection Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics, which is available as an ebook, a print-on-demand paperback, as a free downloadable PDF, and as open-access articles published at Hybrid Pedagogy and elsewhere on the open Web. The theme music is “Where Was I?” from Lee Rosevere. That song, the text of Hybrid Teaching, and this audio are all available under a Creative-Commons Attribution license, which means they can be re-used with author acknowledgement. Thanks to each of the contributors for allowing their material to be re-used in this project.
22:00
June 08, 2022
When One Class is Not Enough
Chris Friend (@chris_friend) from Kean University presents “When One Class is Not Enough” read by its author, Amanda Licastro. The piece is from the edited collection Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics, which is available as an ebook, a print-on-demand paperback, as a free downloadable PDF, and as open-access articles published at Hybrid Pedagogy and elsewhere on the open Web. The theme music is “Where Was I?” from Lee Rosevere. That song, the text of Hybrid Teaching, and this audio are all available under a Creative-Commons Attribution license, which means they can be re-used with author acknowledgement. Thanks to each of the contributors for allowing their material to be re-used in this project.
26:13
June 07, 2022
From Ph.D. to Poverty
Chris Friend (@chris_friend) from Kean University reads “From PhD to Poverty” by Tiffany Kirwan. The piece is from the edited collection Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics, which is available as an ebook, a print-on-demand paperback, as a free downloadable PDF, and as open-access articles published at Hybrid Pedagogy and elsewhere on the open Web.
09:18
May 31, 2022
N=1: A Social Scientific Inquiry into Happiness and Academic Labor
Chris Friend (@chris_friend) from Kean University reads “N=1: A Social Scientific Inquiry into Happiness and Academic Labor” by Ioana Literat. The piece is from the edited collection Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics, which is available as an ebook, a print-on-demand paperback, as a free downloadable PDF, and as open-access articles published at Hybrid Pedagogy and elsewhere on the open Web. The theme music is “Where Was I?” from Lee Rosevere. That song, the text of Hybrid Teaching, and this audio are all available under a Creative-Commons Attribution license, which means they can be re-used with author acknowledgement. Thanks to each of the contributors for allowing their material to be re-used in this project.
11:24
April 08, 2022
A Soliloquy on Contingency
Chris Friend (@chris_friend) from Kean University presents “A Soliloquy on Contingency” read by its author, Joseph P. Fisher. The piece is from the edited collection Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics, which is available as an ebook, a print-on-demand paperback, as a free downloadable PDF, and as open-access articles published at Hybrid Pedagogy and elsewhere on the open Web. The theme music is “Where Was I?” from Lee Rosevere. That song, the text of Hybrid Teaching, and this audio are all available under a Creative-Commons Attribution license, which means they can be re-used with author acknowledgement. Thanks to each of the contributors for allowing their material to be re-used in this project.
13:44
April 01, 2022
On Silence
Chris Friend (@chris_friend) from Kean University presents “On Silence” read by its author, Audrey Watters. The piece is from the edited collection Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics, which is available as an ebook, a print-on-demand paperback, as a free downloadable PDF, and as open-access articles published at Hybrid Pedagogy and elsewhere on the open Web. The theme music is “Where Was I?” from Lee Rosevere. That song, the text of Hybrid Teaching, and this audio are all available under a Creative-Commons Attribution license, which means they can be re-used with author acknowledgement. Thanks to each of the contributors for allowing their material to be re-used in this project.
10:33
March 25, 2022
Do You Trust Your Students?
Chris Friend (@chris_friend) from Kean University presents “Do You Trust Your Students?” read by its author, Amy A. Hasinoff. The piece is from the edited collection Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics, which is available as an ebook, a print-on-demand paperback, as a free downloadable PDF, and as open-access articles published at Hybrid Pedagogy and elsewhere on the open Web. The theme music is “Where Was I?” from Lee Rosevere. That song, the text of Hybrid Teaching, and this audio are all available under a Creative-Commons Attribution license, which means they can be re-used with author acknowledgement. Thanks to each of the contributors for allowing their material to be re-used in this project.
12:55
March 18, 2022
Confessions of a Subversive Student
Chris Friend (@chris_friend) from Kean University presents “Confessions of a Subversive Student” read by its author, Leif Nelson. The piece is from the edited collection Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics, which is available as an ebook, a print-on-demand paperback, as a free downloadable PDF, and as open-access articles published at Hybrid Pedagogy and elsewhere on the open Web. The theme music is “Where Was I?” from Lee Rosevere. That song, the text of Hybrid Teaching, and this audio are all available under a Creative-Commons Attribution license, which means they can be re-used with author acknowledgement. Thanks to each of the contributors for allowing their material to be re-used in this project.
13:41
March 11, 2022
Trust, Agency, and Learning
Chris Friend (@chris_friend) from Kean University presents “Trust, Agency, and Learning” read by its author, Jesse Stommel (@jessifer). The piece is from the edited collection Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics, which is available as an ebook, a print-on-demand paperback, as a free downloadable PDF, and as open-access articles published at Hybrid Pedagogy and elsewhere on the open Web. The theme music is “Where Was I?” from Lee Rosevere. That song, the text of Hybrid Teaching, and this audio are all available under a Creative-Commons Attribution license, which means they can be re-used with author acknowledgement. Thanks to each of the contributors for allowing their material to be re-used in this project.
11:02
March 04, 2022
Pedagogical Violence and Language Dominance
Chris Friend (@chris_friend) from Kean University presents “Pedagogical Violence and Language Dominance” read by its author, Maggie Melo. The piece is Chapter Nine from the edited collection Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics, which is available as an ebook, a print-on-demand paperback, as a free downloadable PDF, and as open-access articles published at Hybrid Pedagogy and elsewhere on the open Web. The theme music is “Where Was I?” from Lee Rosevere. That song, the text of Hybrid Teaching, and this audio are all available under a Creative-Commons Attribution license, which means they can be re-used with author acknowledgement. Thanks to each of the contributors for allowing their material to be re-used in this project.
24:22
February 10, 2022
Messy and Chaotic Learning
Chris Friend (@chris_friend) from Kean University presents “Messy and Chaotic Learning” read by its author, Martha Fay Burtis. The piece is Chapter Eight from the edited collection Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics, which is available as an ebook, a print-on-demand paperback, as a free downloadable PDF, and as open-access articles published at Hybrid Pedagogy and elsewhere on the open Web. The theme music is “Where Was I?” from Lee Rosevere. That song, the text of Hybrid Teaching, and this audio are all available under a Creative-Commons Attribution license, which means they can be re-used with author acknowledgement. Thanks to each of the contributors for allowing their material to be re-used in this project.
26:21
January 31, 2022
Seeking Patterns, Making Meaning
Chris Friend (@chris_friend) from Kean University presents “Seeking Patterns, Making Meaning: Digital Life in the Tangerine Era” read by its author, Sherri Spelic. The piece is Chapter Seven from the edited collection Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics, which is available as an ebook, a print-on-demand paperback, as a free downloadable PDF, and as open-access articles published at Hybrid Pedagogy and elsewhere on the open Web. The theme music is “Where Was I?” from Lee Rosevere. That song, the text of Hybrid Teaching, and this audio are all available under a Creative-Commons Attribution license, which means they can be re-used with author acknowledgement. Thanks to each of the contributors for allowing their material to be re-used in this project.
16:39
December 26, 2021
Learning to Let Go
Chris Friend (@chris_friend) from Kean University reads “Learning to Let Go: Listening to Students in Discussion,” Chapter Six from the edited collection Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics, which is available as an ebook, a print-on-demand paperback, as a free downloadable PDF, and as open-access articles published at Hybrid Pedagogy and elsewhere on the open Web. The theme music is “Where Was I?” from Lee Rosevere. That song, the text of Hybrid Teaching, and this audio are all available under a Creative-Commons Attribution license, which means they can be re-used with author acknowledgement. Thanks to each of the contributors for allowing their material to be re-used in this project.
09:51
December 02, 2021
The Process of Becoming
Chris Friend (@chris_friend) from Kean University reads “The Process of Becoming” by Marisol Brito and Alexander Fink, Chapter Five from the edited collection Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics, which is available as an ebook, a print-on-demand paperback, as a free downloadable PDF, and as open-access articles published at Hybrid Pedagogy and elsewhere on the open Web. The theme music is “Where Was I?” from Lee Rosevere. The episode cover art is “Crayons” from Rafael J M Souza on Flickr. The theme music, cover art, the chapter text, and this audio recording are all available under a Creative-Commons Attribution license, which means they can be re-used with author acknowledgement. Thanks to each of the contributors for allowing their material to be re-used in this project.
17:07
November 19, 2021
Slow Interdisciplinarity
Chris Friend (@chris_friend) from Kean University presents Abby Goode’s “Slow Interdisciplinarity,” Chapter Four from the edited collection Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics, which is available as an ebook, a print-on-demand paperback, as a free downloadable PDF, and as open-access articles published at Hybrid Pedagogy and elsewhere on the open Web. The theme music is “Where Was I?” from Lee Rosevere. That song, the text of Hybrid Teaching, and this audio are all available under a Creative-Commons Attribution license, which means they can be re-used with author acknowledgement. Thanks to each of the contributors for allowing their material to be re-used in this project.
28:56
November 11, 2021
Pedagogy, Prophecy, and Disruption
Chris Friend (@chris_friend) from Kean University presents Ian Derk’s “Pedagogy, Prophecy, and Disruption,” Chapter 3 from the edited collection Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics, first published in February 2021 and available as a Kindle ebook, as a print-on-demand paperback, as a free downloadable PDF, and as open-access articles published at Hybrid Pedagogy and elsewhere on the open Web. The theme music is “Where Was I?” from Lee Rosevere. That song, the text of Hybrid Teaching, and this audio are all available under a Creative-Commons Attribution license, which means they can be re-used with author acknowledgement. Thanks to each of the contributors for allowing their material to be re-used in this project.
16:13
November 04, 2021
Building Castles in the Air
Chris Friend (@chris_friend) from Kean University presents Stephen R. Barnard’s “Building Castles in the Air: Pedagogy and the Pursuit of Praxis,” Chapter 2 from the edited collection Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics, first published in February 2021 and available as a Kindle ebook, as a print-on-demand paperback, as a free downloadable PDF, and as open-access articles published at Hybrid Pedagogy and elsewhere on the open Web. The theme music is “Where Was I?” from Lee Rosevere. That song, the text of Hybrid Teaching, and this audio are all available under a Creative-Commons Attribution license, which means they can be re-used with author acknowledgement. Thanks to each of the contributors for allowing their material to be re-used in this project.
11:58
October 28, 2021
Technology is not Pedagogy
Chris Friend (@chris_friend) from Kean University presents Sean Michael Morris’s “Technology is not Pedagogy,” Chapter 1 from the edited collection Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics, first published in February 2021 and available as a Kindle ebook, as a print-on-demand paperback, as a free downloadable PDF, and as open-access articles published at Hybrid Pedagogy and elsewhere on the open Web. The theme music is “Where Was I?” from Lee Rosevere, which is available under a Creative-Commons Attribution license. The text and audio of Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics are licensed under Creative-Commons Attribution 3.0, which means they can be re-used with author acknowledgement. Licenses like these make multimedia works like this one painless to create. Thanks to each of the authors for allowing their material to be re-used in audio.
10:17
October 21, 2021
Introduction
Chris Friend (@chris_friend) from Kean University reads his introduction chapter from the edited collection Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics, first published in February 2021 and available as a Kindle ebook, as a print-on-demand paperback, as a free downloadable PDF, and as open-access articles published at Hybrid Pedagogy and elsewhere on the open Web. The theme music is “Where Was I?” from Lee Rosevere, which is available under a Creative-Commons Attribution license. The text and audio of Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics are licensed under Creative-Commons Attribution 3.0, which means they can be re-used with author acknowledgement. Licenses like these make multimedia works like this one painless to create. Thanks to each of the authors for allowing their material to be re-used in audio.
23:00
October 14, 2021
Foreword
Chris Friend (@chris_friend) from Kean University presents Robin DeRosa’s foreword from the edited collection Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics, first published in February 2021 and available as a Kindle ebook, as a print-on-demand paperback, as a pay-what-you-will downloadable PDF, and as open-access articles published at Hybrid Pedagogy and elsewhere on the open Web. The theme music is “Where Was I?” from Lee Rosevere, which is available under a Creative-Commons Attribution license. The text and audio of Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics are licensed under Creative-Commons Attribution 3.0, which means they can be re-used with author acknowledgement. Licenses like these make multimedia works like this one painless to create. Thanks to each of the authors for allowing their material to be re-used in audio.
09:53
October 07, 2021
Hybrid Teaching: Coming Soon
Chris Friend (@chris_friend) from Kean University reads the back-cover text from the edited collection Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics, first published in February 2021 and available as a Kindle ebook, as a print-on-demand paperback, as a free downloadable PDF, and as open-access articles published at Hybrid Pedagogy and elsewhere on the open Web. The theme music is “Where Was I?” from Lee Rosevere, which is available under a Creative-Commons Attribution license. The text and audio of Hybrid Teaching: Pedagogy, People, Politics are licensed under Creative-Commons Attribution 3.0, which means they can be re-used with author acknowledgement. Licenses like these make multimedia works like this one painless to create. Thanks to each of the authors for allowing their material to be re-used in audio.
03:49
September 30, 2021