Why “Do a Bad Job” Is Not Helpful

So there’s an article going around titled “Please Do a Bad Job of Putting Your Courses Online,” (https://anygoodthing.com/2020/03/12/please-do-a-bad-job-of-putting-your-courses-online/) and as a lifelong student of education (BS in ed, MEd, doctorate in progress in curriculum & instruction), I think I need to say something about this: The article is, in places, simply wrong. While many of … Continue reading Why “Do a Bad Job” Is Not Helpful

Steven Crowder and Public Pedagogy: The Propagation of Unholy Intersectionality

In the Washington Post today (Wednesday, June 6, 2019), Henry Farrell writes about the demonetization of conservative YouTuber Steven Crowder for the racist and homophobic content that Crowder has spewed across the video platform, targeting Vox producer Carlos Maza. Maza, in a brilliant display of calling out the homophobia of Crowder, put the following montage together that allows Crowder … Continue reading Steven Crowder and Public Pedagogy: The Propagation of Unholy Intersectionality