Finally, I share the implications of using blogging in the classroom as a counter-hegemonic tool of inquiry, a way to connect the worlds of art, museum, and multicultural education, and a means of revealing the personal stories of students in a way to create an open and expressive environment for addressing challenging material.conscious decision to buy something that didna#39;t look like it had such a strong racial stereotype on it. ... I do think that the picture represents some kind of liberation of a slave woman and the life she was forced to live. ... It really gave me insight into how some African American women view themselves. ... This was very touching to watch. ... I think that this young woman created this documentary so that other people and females would know what African American females feel on a dailyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Blogging and Identity: An Examination of an Elementary Preservice Art Education Curriculum|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|