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About Us What is Hybrid Pedagogy? Hybrid Pedagogy (ISSN: ) is a community, a conversation, a collaboration, a school, and a journal. It is a place to discuss Critical Digital Pedagogy by advocating for students and fostering awareness of academic hierarchies. We (the staff and the authors) work together to enact an understanding of co-teaching within a community of mutual respect. Hybrid Pedagogy was launched in 2011 by and and offers a new academic publishing model influenced by digital culture.
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The Impact of Social Media project aims to provide highly interactive student-centred classroom activities for use both within and beyond the classroom. The open-access materials were designed to support the curricula in the UK and Hong Kong, but have since been taken up by teachers and students internationally. Laura Pountney is a teacher in sociology, a senior examiner for anthropology and the author of several textbooks. Laura also […]