Doing Feminist and Activist Learning Outcomes: What Should Students Be Able To Do as a Result of this Women’s and Gender Studies Project/Course/Curriculum?
This essay reviews feminist pedagogical literature on multiple modes of feminist experiential learning, identifies the gap between the women’s studies social justice mission and the courses and assignments developedto achieve it, and proposes the development of activism-specific knowledge and skills goals that are targeted and sequenced across the curriculum.
Cet essai effectue une révision de la littérature pédagogique sur de multiples modes d’expérimentation d'apprentissage féministe. Il identifie l'écart entre la mission de justice des études sur les femmes, ainsi que les cours et travaux développés à cet effet, et propose le développement d'une connaissance militante-spécifique, ainsi que les objectifs de compétences ciblés et enchaînés à travers le curriculum.
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