Feminist Pedagogy for Teaching Online
Deadline: 
Friday, July 2, 2021

Call for Proposals: Feminist Pedagogy for Teaching Online

In the contemporary moment, COVID-19 has exacerbated an already increasing need for immediately implementable strategies for effective online teaching and learning. Instructors across the higher education landscape require now, more than ever, inspiring and practical resources for creating, adapting to, and enhancing, online teaching and learning spaces. Faculty need to build collaborative, equitable and trusting feminist online learning communities. Our book will encourage a new movement in online teaching and learning, using feminist pedagogy to enhance and empower educators and students who engage in online educational efforts. Feminist Pedagogy for Teaching Online will be an edited collection of essays and corresponding digital components that serves as a pedagogical resource book for these educators, across disciplines in higher education. It will provide readers with tangible examples of online praxis that align with the tenets of feminist pedagogy. This book will fill a gap in existing literature in online pedagogy as well as feminist pedagogy, providing theory, method, and tools for bringing feminist principles to distance learning.

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