Online Feminist Pedagogy: A New Doorway into Our Brick-and-Mortar Classrooms?

@article{Bailey2017OnlineFP,
  title={Online Feminist Pedagogy: A New Doorway into Our Brick-and-Mortar Classrooms?},
  author={C. Bailey},
  journal={Feminist Teacher},
  year={2017},
  volume={27},
  pages={253 - 266}
}
  • C. Bailey
  • Published 2017
  • Sociology
  • Feminist Teacher
© 2019 by the board of trustees of the university of ill inois My own journey into online teaching began about a decade ago. As a midcareer feminist professor, I wasn’t pressured into it by dwindling enrollments in my department’s face-to-face classes, nor was I attracted to it because I harbored some incipient fascination with online technology. Rather, I decided that, like smartphones and climate change, it was probably here to stay, and so I might as well dive in and learn more about it… Expand
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