Teaching Science in Multi(sub)cultural Classrooms: Praxis for Teaching Hipsters (pt. 2)
Multicultural Science Education

Teaching Science in Multi(sub)cultural Classrooms: Praxis for Teaching Hipsters (pt. 2)

PT II: Fostering Uniqueness, Guiding Creativity A profound skill the hipster exhibits is their creativity and ability to think broadly. Environmental educators should foster this creativity through a variety of projects and assignments. The following are a few examples of projects that seem to motivate and spark an interest in hipsters:   Instead of writing … Continue reading

Teaching Science in Multi(sub)cultural Classrooms: Praxis for Teaching Hipsters
Multicultural Science Education

Teaching Science in Multi(sub)cultural Classrooms: Praxis for Teaching Hipsters

Part 1: Educator as Cultural Facilitator, Hipsters, and the Praxis By Randi Hogden Every educator has a folk pedagogy; a way of teaching that reflects beliefs about her students. What, then, does she actually know about her students? If the purpose of education is to further a culture, then what is that culture? Instructors are … Continue reading