Britni/ August 9, 2017/ DigPed CritID/ 0 comments

Ashleigh Greene Wade (@scholarLEIGH1) spent time with us today in the Critical Instructional Design track discussing decolonizing rigor. It was a beautiful conversation, and more than a few pieces stuck out to me. In particular this series of tweets captured fleeting moments that I feel need to be explored further…maybe even tangentially. I’m not quite sure of the impact of these tweets just yet, I  imagine they are going to take some time for rumination before they click. But they feel important. The colonizing aspects of grades and learning objectives, oppressing our students by creating a system where their voices aren’t heard and don’t shape their experiences feels massively important for the conversations about instructional design.


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