Dudes, so not smart of me to be posting so late on the due date! Everyone has already said such smart things that I'll have to make up an imaginary pedagogy just to sound original!
Although I resist the idea that there is a pedagogy behind my teaching--place the emphasis in that sentence wherever it makes the statement most interesting to you--I'd say it's a mix of Dewey and Friere. I ask my students to question everything and to resist easy answers.
Because, as our group discussed at our first meeting, insatiable curiosity (by which I mean something like knowledge for its own sake rather than for one specific class or assignment or whatever) is always a goal, my hope is to think of ways in which I can use Web 2.0 to facilitate my students' learning and their joy in it.
But in a non-Kumbayah way. In a subvert-the-dominant-paradigm way.
Looking forward to having more to say in comments to all of you. Hope your first week back is going well!