Blogging in the Classroom: Technology, Feminist Pedagogy, and Participatory Learning
AbstractThis exploration of blogs as a tool for enhancing feminist participatory learning is situated within extant technofeminist debates and grows out of assignments in a feminist cultural studies class. The paper considers how blogs generally support all aims of participatory learning, connectivity and identity politics in particular. Résumé Cette exploration de blogs comme outil pour accroître l'apprentissage féministe participatif est situé à l'inté rie u r d e débats technoféministes qui existent encore et est tiré des devoirs dans une classe d'études sur la culture féministe. L'article considère comment les blogs supportent généralement tous les objectifs de l'apprentissage participatif, les politiques de connectivité et d'identité en particulier.
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