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Social Justice Pedagogy Guide
Resources for teaching with a social justice perspective
From Academic Search Complete Database: This article describes an innovative application of a social justice-infused pedagogy to an out-of-school program for urban high school students. Using an interdisciplinary framework, the program featured a coherent synthesis of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education, highlighting environmental and food justice perspectives; social justice education; and career and college planning.
From Academic Search Complete Database: This study involves an Australian Western Victorian District High School year nine mixed ability mathematics class learning mathematics using social justice pedagogy. To access off-campus, login with SVC email address and password.
From Academic Search Complete. The relationships between mathematics, mathematics education and issues such as social justice and equity have been addressed by the sociopolitical tradition in mathematics education. Others have introduced explicit discussion of ethics, advocating for its centrality. However, this is an area that is still under developed.
From Associates Programs Source. Adult educators in higher education settings often facilitate topics that stir difficult dialogues on race and racism. In the United States, an increased population of racially diverse individuals set against the backdrop of our current sociopolitical climate, suggests the need for authentic conversations surrounding race remain critical. By extension, the need for skillful facilitators can only be expected to increase. At the same time, however, many instructors avoid or fear race talk because of its potential to become emotionally charged.
From Academic Search Complete. The present publication is dedicated to the subject of gender-related inequalities in vocational/technical education and how these are influenced by social norms and gender bias. The research problem is determined by the need to develop a theoretical and methodological support for the teaching staff and for other actors responsible for policies on vocational/technical education.
From Academic Search Complete Database. The article focuses on the equity in higher education in the U.S. Topics discussed include overcome equity gaps which affects underserved students; overcoming implicit bias, student poverty, and ineffective pedagogy for student success; and forms of pedagogy that affects poor and underserved students; and college admissions in Lansing Community College.
From Academic Search Complete. Background: In recent decades, increasing social and health inequalities all over the world has highlighted the importance of social justice as a core nursing value. Therefore, proper education of nursing students is necessary for preparing them to comply with social justice in health systems.
From Academic Search Complete Database: As social justice-oriented teachers and teacher educators, it can seem as if we are fighting a losing battle against neoliberal education policies designed to disrupt and dismantle our field. In this article we draw upon traditions of critical race theory, counterstorying, and critical hope to examine the complex realities of contemporary teacher education and envision an alternate reality in which our profession develops and thrives
From Academic Search Complete Database: This article explores the limits of introductory social justice education and the ways in which a social foundations course could expand and deepen the social justice lens of current and future educators. The authors, members of an introductory graduate-level Social Foundations course, discuss the limitations they realized in their previous social justice education courses, and the importance of courses that further student's understandings of the ever-evolving ways people enact and experience identity, power, and privilege.