Matthew Ratto

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Participation in classroom settings decreases with class size and diversity , thus creating passive modes of learning, due to feelings of shyness, peer pressure, and the like. Computing technology can help by creating a " safe haven " for student participation, but the successful introduction of tools into the classroom , already a dynamic and tool-rich(More)
critical moment, when the academic practices of labeling and claiming risk fragmenting this multifaceted and generative conversation into separate intellectual silos. Prompted by what we consider to be a problematic cleaving in this area, the five co-authors of this article came together to explore our shared interests in the intersection of values and(More)
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