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Cultivating social justice teachers : how teacher educators have helped students overcome cognitive bottlenecks and learn critical social justice concepts

Publication Type:

Book

Authors:

Gorski,Paul

Source:

Stylus Pub., Volume 1st, Sterling, Va., p.232 (2013)

Call Number:

Cubb LB1715 .C83 2013

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/10101458

Keywords:

Critical pedagogy--United States, Social justice--Study and teaching (Graduate)--United States, Teachers--Training of--United States

Abstract:

Contents: Introduction / Paul C. Gorski ... [et al.] -- The art of teaching intersectionality / Nana Osei-Kofi -- Overcoming nomos / Stephanie Jones and James F. Woglom -- Learning to tell a pedagogical story about heteronormativity / Mollie V. Blackburn -- Overcoming deficit thinking through interpretive discussion / Curt Dudley-Marling -- Teaching against essentialism and the "culture of poverty" / Paul C. Gorski -- Disrupting denial and white privilege in teacher education / Darren E. Lund and Paul R. Carr -- Teaching about Christian privilege in the teacher education classroom / Warren J. Blumenfeld -- From literacy to literacies: using photography to help teachers see what youth can do / Kristien Zenkov ... [et al.] -- Teaching and learning about immigration as a humanitarian issue: the ociopolitical context bottleneck / Edward M. Olivos -- "You're going to hell!": when critical multicultural queer affirmation meets Christian homophobia / Jeff Sapp -- Beyond open-mindedness: how "overlaying" can help foster impactful discussions of meritocracy in teacher education / Jody Cohen and Alice Lesnick.

Publication Language:

eng