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Critical Lessons & Educational Change

Social Cartography as Collaborative Action

dené granger, Lauren E. Jetty, Laura Reeder

the historicity of knowledge and experience provides the basis for helping students to develop a respect for their own experiences so they can be legitimate and reclaim their own language and histories” (Giroux, 2008, 453).

For a sample of the students’ project please see Social Cartography

References

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Giroux, H. A. (2008). Teacher education and democratic schooling. In A. Darder, M. P. Baltodano, & R. Torres (Eds.), The critical pedagogy reader (2nd ed., pp. 438-459). NY: Routledge.

Markus, H. R. (2008). Identity matters: Ethnicity, race, and the American dream.  In M. Minnow, R. A. Shweder, & H. R. Markus (Eds.), Just schools: Pursuing equality in societies of difference (63-98).  New York: Russell Sage.

Moll, L. C. (2010). Mobilizing culture, language, and educational practices: Fulfilling the promises of Mendez and BrownEducational Researcher, 39, 451-460.

Nieto, S. (2008). Bringing bilingual education out of the basement and other imperatives for teacher education. In A. Darder, M. P. Baltodano, & R. Torres (Eds.), The critical pedagogy reader (2nd ed., pp. 469-482). NY: Routledge.