As you can likely tell from the title, this post is a bit different from our typical announcements related to academic opportunities and calls for papers, and it’s because this opportunity is significantly different from most. Students of all levels, Hybrid Pedagogy wants to know your thoughts on what education can be and your experience navigating education.

We have covered Hybrid Pedagogy previously in one of our In the Know on the Go posts. This journal of critical digital pedagogy is once again changing the way we view academia and academic publishing. Hybrid Pedagogy‘s most recent call for papers requests contributions specifically from undergrad, graduate, and even K12 students. The journal invites students to submit papers or creative pieces outlining their experience as a student in education. Topics can include high moments, low moments, challenges, and more so long as it focuses on student experience. Educators wanting to contribute a piece centered on their student experience can also submit their work. 

In addition to articles, Hybrid Pedagogy welcomes submissions for this topic in the following forms:

  • Creative nonfiction or memoir
  • Multimedia narratives
  • Poetry
  • Letters
  • Journal entries
  • Manifestos
  • Articles (1,000-2500 words) 

If you’re not sure where to begin, Hybrid Pedagogy offers prompts in the call for papers to help start the creative process. These are a few of the questions posed by the journal:

  • What does it mean to be a student in a post-pandemic, remote, and in-person world?
  • How has your disability, mental health, acute or chronic illness, class, race, gender, sexuality, etc. affected your work as a student?
  • What do you want your teachers to really know? 
  • How do you manage courses alongside work, being a parent or caregiver, your family, and everything else?

Submissions are currently open and on a rolling basis. As of now, there is not a listed deadline. 

If you, your friends, or any K12 and beyond students are interested, please submit your work to Hybrid Pedagogy for review.

Visit Hybrid Pedagogy for more information about this unique call!

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