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The Graduate Consortium in Women’s Studies (GCWS) hosted a daylong symposium back in April 2016 on Feminist Strategies in the Classroom and Beyond. I was invited to join the “How to Teach Feminism Today” roundtable. It was an honor to reflect alongside GCWS-affiliated graduate students and faculty about feminist pedagogy and teaching with technology.
Sponsored by the Graduate Consortium in Women’s Studies and with support from the MIT Office of Digital Learning, I co-facilitated an interactive workshop with Karl Surkan about using technologies in the classroom through a feminist lens. In addition to introducing workshop attendees to FemTechNet we discussed integrating feminist video dialogues into the classroom and how to cultivate a collaborative, tech-facilitated learning environment, among other topics.