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Possibilities in Practice

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This edited collection illustrates different possibilities for social justice practice in various grade levels, disciplines, and interdisciplinary spaces in P-12 education.


Summer Melody Pennell is Assistant Professor of English Education at Truman State University. Her research interests include social justice pedagogy, English education, queer theory, Young Adult literature, and qualitative methods. Her publications include manuscripts on her theory of queer cultural capital and teacher education.

Ashley S. Boyd is Assistant Professor of English Education at Washington State University where she teaches courses on critical theory, English methods, and young adult literature. She earned her BA in English, MAT in secondary English, and PhD in Education from UNC-Chapel Hill.

Hillary Parkhouse is Assistant Professor of Teaching and Learning at Virginia Commonwealth University. Her research interests include critical citizenship education, global education, youth civic empowerment, and critical pedagogy. She has published articles on undocumented immigrant youth activism and teaching culturally and linguistically diverse students.

Alison LaGarry is Clinical Assistant Professor of Education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her research interests include social justice pedagogy, arts education, educational sociology, and qualitative methodology. Her publications include manuscripts on social justice teaching methods, and arts integration.


Acknowledgments Summer Melody Pennell/Ashley S. Boyd: Possibilities in Practice: Introduction and Contextual Background Hillary Parkhouse/Ashley S. Boyd/Summer Melody Pennell: Theoretical and Historical Foundations of Social Justice Teaching Laura Bower-Phipps/Jessica S. Powell/Marissa Bivona/Rebecca Harmon/Anne Olcott: Re-drawing the Line: Queering Our Pedagogy in the Early Childhood Classroom Ronda Taylor Bullock/Cherish Williams/Daniel Kelvin Bullock/Stef Bernal-Martinez: we are: Exploring an Anti-Racist Summer Program for Elementary Students Sunghee Shin/Beverly Milner (Lee) Bisland: Immigration Today: Perspectives from Primary Classrooms Elizabeth E. Saylor: "Act Like a Girl!": Preservice Elementary Teacher Perspectives of Gender Identity Development Alison LaGarry: One Social Justice Music Educator: Working Within and Beyond Disciplinary Expectations Summer Melody Pennell/Bryan Fede: Reading the Math on Marriage Equality: Social Justice Lessons in Middle School Courtney B. Cook/Celina Martínez Nichols: Cultivating Communities of Care: Story Circles as Social Justice Practice Jeff A. Greiner: Fixing the World: Social Justice in World History Lana M. Minshew/Martinette Horner/Janice L. Anderson: Technology Integration in Urban Middle School Classrooms: How Does Culturally Relevant Pedagogy Support 1:1 Technology Implementation? Alexis Patterson/Deb Morrison/Alexandra Schindel: What's Science Got To Do with It? Possibilities for Social Justice in Science Classroom Teaching and Learning Ashley S. Boyd/Alyssa Bauermeister/Holly Matteson: "Project Read Freely": Using Young Adult Literature to Engender Student Choice in an English Language Arts Classroom Joanne M. Pattison-Meek: Geography Matters: Face-to-Face Contact Pedagogies to Humanize Unfamiliar Ethnocultural Differences Jeanne Dyches: "I, Too, Sing America": Operationalizing #WeAreNotThis and #BlackLivesMatter in an English Classroom Jay M. Shuttleworth/Josef Donnelly: Teaching Columbus to Newcomer Students: Social Justice in the Classroom and Across the Urban Landscape Hillary Parkhouse: "Couch the Oppression in Resistance": Teaching Strategies for Social Change Through U.S. History Brian Gibbs: "It's Like We Were Slow-Roasted But in a Really Good Way": Embedded Y-PAR in a U.S. History Course Linsay DeMartino/Sara Rusk: Students as Researchers: A Co-teaching Narrative from a Social Justice-Oriented U.S. Government Class Notes on Contributors Index.


Titel: Possibilities in Practice
Untertitel: Social Justice Teaching in the Disciplines
EAN: 9781433146022
ISBN: 1433146029
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Peter Lang
Anzahl Seiten: 274
Gewicht: 389g
Größe: H225mm x B150mm x T14mm
Jahr: 2017
Untertitel: Englisch
Auflage: New ed