Feminist pedagogy

teaching and learning liberation
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CRIAW = ICREF , Ottawa
Sex discrimination in education., Women -- Education., Women in education., Feminist th
StatementLinda Briskin.
SeriesFeminist perspectives = Perspectives féministes -- no. 19, Feminist perspectives (Ottawa, Ont.) -- no. 19
ContributionsCanadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women.
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LC ClassificationsHQ1180 .B75 1990
The Physical Object
Pagination31 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL20834187M
ISBN 10091965388X

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Feminist pedagogy: teaching and learning liberation. [Linda Briskin; Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women.]. Feminist programming, no matter the venue, provides opportunities for young girls and women, as well as men, to acquire leadership skills and the confidence to create sustainable social change.

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In this new collection, contributors from a variety of disciplines provide a critical context for the relationship between feminist pedagogy and academic feminism by exploring the complex ways that critical perspectives can be brought into Author: Tracy Penny Light.

Feminist pedagogy is a pedagogical framework grounded in feminist theory. It embraces a set of epistemological assumptions, teaching strategies, approaches to content, classroom practices, and teacher–student relationships.

Feminist pedagogy, along with other kinds of progressive and critical pedagogy, considers knowledge to be socially constructed. “Allred effectively demonstrates how Beyoncé’s work aligns with and advances many elements of black feminism An asset for educators interested in feminism and pop-culture pedagogy.” —Kirkus Reviews "A revelatory and nuanced look at one of the world’s most treasured popular culture icons." —Independent Book Review.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vii, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Introduction: feminist pedagogy in higher education / Renée Bondy, Jane Nicholas, and Tracy Penny Light --A restorative approach to learning: relational theory as feminist pedagogy in universities / Kristina R.

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Book Description. Gender in Learning and Teaching brings together leading gender and feminist scholars to provide a unique collection of international research into learning and teaching.

Through dialogues across national traditions and boundaries, the authors provide new insights into the relations between feminist scholarship of pedagogy, gender and didactics, and offer in.

Porter, Ronald K. and Zeus Leonardo. “Pedagogy of Fear: Toward a Fanonian Theory of ‘Safety’ in Race Dialogue.” Race Ethnicity and Education (): Print. Rabinowitz, Nancy Sorkin. “Queer Theory and Feminist Pedagogy.” Twenty-First-Century Feminist Classrooms: Pedagogies of Identities and Difference.

Book Description: This collection of essays traces the evolution of feminist pedagogy over the past twenty years, exploring both its theoretical and its practical dimensions. Gloria Jean Watkins (born Septem ), better known by her pen name bell hooks, is an American author, professor, feminist, and social name "bell hooks" is borrowed from her maternal great-grandmother, Bell Blair Hooks.

The focus of hooks' writing has been the intersectionality of race, capitalism, and gender, and what she describes as their ability to Born: Gloria Jean Watkins, Septem. Feminist Pedagogy for Library Instruction by Maria T.

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Providing both a theoretical framework and practical guidance, this title introduces feminist pedagogy to librarians seeking to enrich their teaching practices in. Book Description: This collection of essays traces the evolution of feminist pedagogy over the past twenty years, exploring both its theoretical and its practical dimensions.

Feminist pedagogy is defined as a set of epistemological assumptions, teaching strategies, approaches to content, classroom practices, and teacher-student relationships Cited by: Feminist Pedagogy.

The fundamental crisis of feminist scholarship and its application to the music history survey was well articulated in a panel discussion hosted at the American Musicological Society Conference in Baltimore; the panel was summarized in considerable detail by Susan C.

Cook in her article for the College Music Symposium, “Women, Women’s Author: Emily Wilbourne. Feminist pedagogy is an approach to education that brings to bear feminist theory, feminist activism, and women’s experiences on educational content, the learning environment, the relationship between teacher and student, and the connection between the learning environment and the outside world.

Teaching Gender: Feminist Pedagogy and Responsibility in Times of Political Crisis addresses the neoliberalization of the university, what this means in real terms, and strategic pedagogical responses to teaching within this context across disciplines and region.

Inspired by bell hooks’ "transgressive school" and Donna Haraway’s "responsibility", this. Antiracist Pedagogy in the University: The Ethical Challenges of Making Whiteness Public —Alice McIntyre; Feminist Ethical Considerations in Forensic Practice —Laura S.

Brown; Feminist Ethics in the Practice of Science: The Contested Memory Controversy as an Example —Jennifer J.

Freyd and Kathryn QuinaPages:. Feminist pedagogy typically critiques traditional received wisdom, recognizes the existing knowledge of students, challenges the hierarchy of ways of knowing (e.g., book versus experiential learning), renegotiates and re-forms the relationship between teacher and student, and respects and values the diversity of the personal experiences of all.Rooted in Epistemology Feminist pedagogy is rooted in specific epistemological frameworks, or conceptions of knowledge.

It critiques traditional notions of learning and knowing and offers an alternative epistemological framework that acknowledges the inherent connection between power and knowledge (Chick and Hassel).Feminist Pedagogy in Higher Education: Critical Theory and Practice, edited by Tracy Penny Light, Jane Nicholas, and Renee Bondy, brings together educators working within a range of academic disciplines in higher education to reflect on feminist pedagogy in the classroom.

The book consists of a short introduction followed by 15 chapters written Author: Trina de Souza.