Pedagogy of the depressed: an examination of critical pedagogy in higher ed’s diversity-centered classrooms post-trump
© 2018, © 2018 Pedagogy, Culture & Society. The study, undertaken in the United States, investigates the lived experiences of instructors whose courses focus on gender/feminism, queer/LGBT, and race/ethnicity studies in response to the post-2016 US election’s divisive socio political climate. Instructors’ preparation, content, and teaching were influenced by political and pop-culture events throughout the semester. Strategies for critical pedagogy included engaging in open dialogue with students, establishing a safe and open environment, and approaching the intersectionality of their students with inclusivity. Through pedagogy, instructors were able to create a sense of purpose.
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Rodriguez, Nathian Shae and Huemmer, Jennifer, "Pedagogy of the depressed: an examination of critical pedagogy in higher ed’s diversity-centered classrooms post-trump" (2019). Faculty Articles Indexed in Scopus. 219.