Share Paper: The Educational Technology Social Justice Matrix: A Call to Action for Researchers

  1. David Marcovitz, Loyola University Maryland, United States
Wednesday, March 31 11:15-11:35 AM Room 7

Abstract: This paper presents the Educational Technology Social Justice Matrix based on a review of thirty-eight recent papers from a search for the terms "educational technology" and "social justice." The papers were reviewed using the SJPACK Model (Dyches & Boyd, 2017) for social justice in education, and educational technology themes were generated from the reviewed papers. The Educational Technology Social Justice Matrix presents ways that the field of educational technology intersects with the SJPACK Model. This provides a powerful lens for educational technology researchers to explore and expand their use of social justice to promote activism and anti-racist education.