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Social Justice Pedagogy Guide
Resources for teaching with a social justice perspective
This guide provides suggestions and ideas for teaching with a social justice perspective
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According to Marilyn Cochran-Smith, a leading scholar in education, "Social justice-oriented approaches in education refer to standpoints and scholarly traditions that actively address the dynamics of oppression, privilege, and isms, recognizing that society is the product of historically rooted, institutionally sanctioned stratification along socially constructed group lines that include race, class, gender, sexual orientation, and ability. Working for social justice in education means guiding students in critical self- reflection of their socialization into this matrix of unequal relationships and its implications, analysis of the mechanisms of oppression, and the ability to challenge these hierarchies" ~ (in Sensoy & DiAngelo, 2009, p. 350).