Theme: Integrating Critical Pedagogy into Online Labs
Questions to Ponder
- What struck you from today's vidcast or readings? Any Aha's?
- What specific considerations do we need to make when we apply critical pedagogy in F2F labs? In online labs? In research labs?
- What kinds of power structures exist in labs? Why do these exist? How do they manifest?
- How do we share power in these spaces?
Readings, Videos, Podcasts, etc.
Minimum participation: DPL Vidcast Episode 5 with Maria Gallardo-Williams
Sorensen-Unruh, C. (2020). Online Labs and the Question of the Relevance of the Lab Curriculum [Blog Post]. ChemEdX.
Hofstein, A., & Lunetta, V. N. (2004). The laboratory in science education: Foundations for the Twenty-First Century. Science Education, 88(1), 28-54.
Everything after this heading constitutes HIGH participation
Resources to Explore
Dave Cormier's Magic Online Lab Google Spreadsheet
Prescod-Weinstein, C. (2015 April 25). Decolonizing Science Reading List [Blog Post].
Extension Readings, Videos, Podcasts, etc. [THESE ARE SUPER OPTIONAL!]
Dunnagan, C. L., Dannenburg, D. A., Cuales, M. P., Earnest, A. D., Gurnsey, R. M., & Gallardo-Williams, M. T. (2020). Production and evaluation of a realistic immersive virtual reality organic chemistry laboratory experience: Infrared spectroscopy. J. Chem. Educ., 97(1), 258-262.
Lawrie, G. A., Grøndahl, L., Boman, S., & Andrews, T. (2016). Wiki Laboratory Notebooks: Supporting Student Learning in Collaborative Inquiry-Based Laboratory Experiments. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 25(3), 394–409. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10956-016-9601-0
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