New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education volume 2004, issue 102, P55-64 2004 DOI: 10.1002/ace.138 View full text
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Ming-yeh Lee, Juanita Johnson-Bailey

Abstract: This chapter will provide a critical examination of feminist pedagogy using the cultural lens of two women of color professors. We argue that feminist pedagogy has revolutionized the academy and powerfully informed and transformed teaching and learning. By addressing power issues inherent in the classroom, feminist pedagogy has asked academicians to examine their individual practices, curricula, and perspectives for issues of gender, race, and class subjugation. Furthermore, feminist pedagogy has encouraged t…

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