Lecturer, Literacy and Technology, University of California, Berkeley
Cherise McBride is a researcher of digital literacies and teacher learning at the University of California, Berkeley. Her Ph.D. study developed the construct of humanizing critical digital pedagogies (HCDP) – a frame for honoring the lived realities of nondominant communities through socioculturally situated understandings of technology. Cherise’s research agenda includes humanizing digital learning, centering teachers as designers (both in learning and UX expertise), and applying critical approaches to digital education and learning with emerging technologies. A teacher educator and educational leader, Cherise is a former high school English teacher and has coached teachers and higher education faculty across a range of content and educational settings.