Challenging the Open Pedagogue:
Evaluating Modes of Exclusion using the Pedagogy of Precarity

My colleague Steve Phillips and I presented today at the Northeast Regional Open Educational Resources Summit and promised to blog about the topics covered in our presentation. Stay tuned for a detailed post - but until then, feel free to explore our slides, a recording of the presentation, and a few relevant links.

Slides can be found here.

Referenced research:

The Pedagogy of Precarity: Laboring to Learn in the New Economy (Carfagna, 2017 - See chapter 5 for Learning to Belong/Habitus of Trainability) *CC BY NC ND 4.0

Becoming a Hurdler: How Learning Settings Afford Identities (Nasir and Cooks, 2009) *This isn’t openly licensed

Sieve, Incubator, Temple, Hub: Empirical and Theoretical Advances in the Sociology of Higher Education (Stevens, Armstrong, and Arum 2008) *This isn’t openly licensed, but there is a PDF of this article out on the web