Twenty-First Century Feminist Classrooms- Question...
My question is based on on the reading from Chapter 5: "Negotiating Subject Positions in a Service-Learning Context" by Tamara Williams and Erin McKenna
Williams and McKenna state that the "central goal of a feminist service-learning class is to ask students to move beyond their own experiences, to see life from other points of view in order to gain a critical perspective on how they have understood their own lives"(142), are there any other strategies that teachers can use to challenge students to see life from other points of view besides service/experiential learning? What are some creative ideas that the lowest spending school districts (the ones that are least likely to invest in service/experiential based learning) can use to challenge students to move beyond their experiences with the help of feminist pedagogy?
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