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Title Social justice pedagogy across the curriculum : the practice of freedom / edited by Thandeka K. Chapman, Nikola Hobbel.

Imprint New York : Routledge, 2010.
Copyright date ©2010.


Description Electronic book.
Content type text
Format type online resource
Note Description based on print version record.
Bibliography Includes bibliographcial references.
Contents Conversations, problems, and action / Thandeka K. Chapman and Nikola Hobbel -- Historical perspectives. "These are revolutionary times": human rights, social justice, and popular protest / Carl A. Grant and Melissa L. Gibson -- Federal education policy and social justice education / Christine E. Sleeter -- Roots of social justice pedagogies in social movements / Maurianne Adams -- Theoretical intersections. Critical theory as social justice pedagogy / Bekisizwe S. Ndimande -- "Jump at da sun": black feminist influences on social justice pedagogy / Adrienne D. Dixson and Jamila D. Smith -- Can we learn queerly?: normativity and social justice pedagogies / Lisa W. Loutzenheiser -- Critical multiculturalism: transformative educational principles and practices / Patricia D. Quijada Cerecer, Leticia Alvarez Gutiérrez, and Francisco Rios -- After poststructuralism: rethinking the discourse of social justice pedagogy / Robert J. Parkes, Jennifer M. Gore and Wendy Elsworth -- Indigenous knowledges and social justice pedagogy / Bryan McKinley Jones Brayboy and Teresa L. McCarty -- Welcoming the unwelcome: disability as diversity / David J. Connor and Susan L. Gabel -- Social justice pedagogy and praxis. Social justice and arts education: spheres of freedom / Therese Quinn -- Writing in academic genres: is social justice a learning outcome? / Nikola Hobbel and Thandeka K. Chapman -- Writing, pedagogy, and social justice / Korina M. Jocson -- Mathematics education for social transformation / Eric (Rico) Gutstein -- Science curricular materials through the lens of social justice: research findings / Mary M. Atwater and Regina L. Suriel -- Critical media inquiry as high school social studies for social justice: doc your bloc / David Stovall and Daniel Morales-Doyle -- Second language education: with liberty and languages for all / Raquel Oxford -- The power not yet in power / Ira Shor.
Summary: Synthesizes the historical foundations, philosophic/theoretical conceptualizations, and applications of social justice education in public school classrooms, providing the knowledge and tools educators need to teach for and about social justice across the curriculum in K-12 classrooms.
Related To 9780415806008
ISBN 9780415806008
9780203854488 (electronic bk.) 135 (NL)
Series Ebook library
Language, culture, and teaching
Subjects Educational sociology -- Great Britain.
Social justice.
Genre Electronic books.
Other Author Chapman, Thandeka K.
Hobbel, Nikola.
Corporate Author Ebooks Corporation.