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Feminist Cyberspaces: Pedagogies in Transition epub ebook

by Sharon Collingwood,Alvina E. Quintana,Caroline J. Smith

Feminist Cyberspaces: Pedagogies in Transition epub ebook

Author: Sharon Collingwood,Alvina E. Quintana,Caroline J. Smith
Category: Schools & Teaching
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing; Unabridged edition edition (March 1, 2012)
Pages: 345 pages
ISBN: 1443836338
ISBN13: 978-1443836333
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Feminist Cyberspaces book

Feminist Cyberspaces book. Learning takes place on a personal level through independent study and social media; it takes place at a local level in Feminist Cyberspaces: Pedagogies in Transition is a collection of essays exploring the ways in which new media technologies are being used in the feminist classroom. The collection has been structured to reflect the multifaceted nature of education today.

Sharon Collingwood, Alvina E. Quintana and Caroline J. Smith. 33 Counterculture, Craftsmanship, and Cyberspace Connectivity: Considerations of Contemporary Feminist Zines in/as/of Art Education Courtney Lee Weida Chapter Three

Sharon Collingwood, Alvina E. 33 Counterculture, Craftsmanship, and Cyberspace Connectivity: Considerations of Contemporary Feminist Zines in/as/of Art Education Courtney Lee Weida Chapter Three. 51 From the Center: Bridging the Divide through Feminist Jail-Based HIV/AIDS Education and Digital Storytelling Margaret Rhee and Isela González Chapter Four.

Caroline J. Smith is an associate professor in the University Writing Program at Th. Feminist Cyberspaces: Pedagogies in Transition. Newcastle: Cambridge, 2012. Cosmopolitan Culture and Consumerism in Chick Lit. New York: Routledge, 2007. To All the Boys I've Loved Before Updates the Romantic Comedy for the Era more.

This book first published 2012. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. All rights for this book reserved.

Feminist Cyberspaces: Pedagogies in Transition. CJS Sharon Collingwood, Alvina Quintana. More Than Just a Fieldtrip: Faculty and Librarian Collaboration in the First-Year Writing Classroom. Journal of Teaching Writing 26 (2), 65-84, 2011.

Alvina Quintana teaches courses on cultural, Black American, women's .

Alvina Quintana teaches courses on cultural, Black American, women's, sexuality and gender studies. She received her P. from the History of Consciousness Department at the University of California at Santa Cruz.

Collingwood, A. E. Quintana & C. J. Smith (Ed., Feminist Cyberspaces: Pedagogies in Transition (pp. 251-272). pedagogy, art and science, culture and society

In C. Bitzer, S. Collingwood, A. Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars. Chapter · January 2012 with 3 Reads. pedagogy, art and science, culture and society. In particular, the emergence of the World Wide Web (WWW) in Internet drove us -in a not too distant day- to redesign and rethink from our field -art education- for socio-educational relations with the new environment. Similarly, the web evolution of planned technological pathways forces us to reflect on the way forward within this close relationship between Education, Art and the Internet.

Feminist cyberspaces.

Smith, Caroline . Quintana, Alvina . Collingwood, Sharon.

Feminist Cyberspaces: Pedagogies in Transition is a collection of essays exploring the ways in which new media technologies are being used in the feminist classroom. Learning takes place on a personal level through independent study and social media; it takes place at a local level in our classrooms and lecture halls, but it is also increasingly taking place on a global scale as new technologies foster international collaboration between individuals and organizations. Smith, Caroline .

Feminist Cyberspaces: Pedagogies in Transition is a collection of essays exploring the ways in which new media technologies are being used in the feminist classroom. The collection has been structured to reflect the multifaceted nature of education today; learning takes place on a personal level through independent study and social media, it takes place at a local level in our classrooms and lecture halls, but it is also increasingly taking place on a global scale as new technologies foster international collaboration between individuals and organizations. In addition, there is a growing acceptance of learning in the collaborative 3-D classrooms of virtual worlds. These educational spaces are not mutually exclusive, as the contributions to this volume make clear. The anthology explores how technology is being used in antiviolence teaching, art education, HIV and AIDS education, and other specialized topics, but it also gives many examples of innovations in teaching introductory courses. The technology used ranges from the implementation of course management systems for large university classes to the use of digital storytelling in small groups outside the university. It also explores technology for removing barriers to people with disabilities in both traditional and online classrooms. The collection is not a how to book, but it does use practical experience as a basis for feminist theorizing of the classroom. All of the essays look at the use of new technology in the light of feminist pedagogy, seeking new ways to foster provocative, creative and non-hierarchical learning that transcends the physical boundaries of the university.
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