Student voices in the digital hubbub

Proctor, C., & Garcia, A. (2019). Hogg, L., & Stockbridge, K. (Eds.). Student voices in the digital hubbub. Giving student voice due weight: Possibilities and challenges in USA and New Zealand.

As critcal educators, our goal is to support students in understanding their worlds--the nature of power and their possibilites for action--and working together to build more just and peaceful futures. Our society's increasing reliance on digital media and computational technologies has transformed these worlds, the working of power within them, and the kinds of pedagogies that can support students in developing critcal perspectves. In this chapter, we explore how digital storytelling, a hybrid of prose writng and computer programming, can be used pedagogically to support critcal computatonal literacies.

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@incollection{proctor_2019_voice,
    author = "Proctor, Chris and Garcia, Antero",
    editor = "Hogg, L and Stockbridge, K",
    title = "Student voices in the digital hubbub",
    booktitle = "Giving student voice due weight: Possibilities and challenges in {USA} and New Zealand",
    abstract = "As critcal educators, our goal is to support students in understanding their worlds--the nature of power and their possibilites for action--and working together to build more just and peaceful futures. Our society's increasing reliance on digital media and computational technologies has transformed these worlds, the working of power within them, and the kinds of pedagogies that can support students in developing critcal perspectves. In this chapter, we explore how digital storytelling, a hybrid of prose writng and computer programming, can be used pedagogically to support critcal computatonal literacies.",
    year = "2019",
    url = "http://chrisproctor.net/publications/proctor\_2019\_voice",
    pdf = "http://chrisproctor.net/media/publications/proctor\_2019\_voice.pdf"
}

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