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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Edward A Janak; Denise F Blum
|Description:||xxi, 235 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||The past as prologue. Can we win the future by living in the past? A preliminary exploration of nostalgia in education / Jennifer Edelman and Edward Janak --
Professional paradox: teachers in film and television / Sheila Delony and Mikee Delony --
pt. I. Theoretical analyses of pop culture. Making a modern man: Disney's literacy and health education campaigns in Latin and South America during WWII / Julie Prieto --
Uncovering images of teaching: towards a teacher-activist ideal / Sylvia Mac and Denise Blum --
"The words we write for ourselves": confronting the myths of race, education, and American genius in Finding Forrester / Joanna Davis-McElligatt and Forrest Roth --
"If you should die before you wake": Bart Simpson and the genesis of rebellion / Brian N. Duchaney --
From Desperate Housewives--past and present--to The Real Housewives of New Jersey to simply House: views on family and gender in popular culture / Amy Neeman and David Newman --
pt. II. Improving instruction, the pop of pedagogy. Editorial cartoons as education: political cartoons as pathways to the pedagogy of popular culture / Richard Ellefritz --
Using technology to engage millennials in learning / Bob Reese --
Amending Eurocentric narratives of African history in the U.S. classroom: a popular culture approach / Fred N. Waweru and Mwenda Ntarangwi --
Popular culture and teacher education in the twenty-first century: the pedagogical possibilities of Aliens in America / Ludovic A. Sourdot --
"How does this sound?" Using language to characterize race in Middle-Earth / Jennifer Culver --
"World goin' one way, people another": using The Wire and other popular culture texts to teach college writing / Michelle Parke --
The future as epilogue. I don't get it and that's okay: teaching experiential film interpretation / Jade Lynch-Greenberg and esteban garcia --
My conversations with Ben: what this mother learned from a ghost boy about bullying / Yvette Benavides.
|Responsibility:||edited by Edward A. Janak and Denise Blum.|
Editors Janak and Blum draw lessons from historical and contemporary instructional classroom practice. The first part of the book provides guidelines and theories focusing on the "why" of teaching
- Education -- Social aspects -- United States.
- Mass media and education -- United States.
- Popular culture -- Study and teaching -- United States.
- Critical pedagogy -- United States.
- Critical pedagogy.
- Education -- Social aspects.
- Mass media and education.
- Popular culture -- Study and teaching.
- United States.