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|14 day materials||Main Room||Adult collection||371.82664 G394r||c.02||Checked out||03/12/2014|
|14 day materials||Main Room||Adult collection||371.82664 G394r||c.01||Item lost|
Includes bibliographical references and index.
The challenges of gay topics in teacher education : politics, content, and pedagogy -- "But no one in the class is gay" : countering invisibility and creating allies in teacher education programs -- What do we do in physical education? -- "Pedophiles and deviants": exploring issues of sexuality, masculinity, and normalization in the lives of male teacher candidates -- Homophobia in the schools : student teachers' perceptions and preparation to respond -- Education by association : the shortcomings of discourses of privacy and civility in anti-homophobia education -- The gay ghetto in the geography of education textbooks -- "Talking about inclusion like it's for everyone" : sexual diversity and the inclusive schooling movement -- Revisioning multiculturalism in teacher education : isn't it queer? -- Queer developments in teacher education : addressing sexual diversity, homophobia, and heterosexism -- Getting to the heart of teaching for diversity -- How my teacher education program failed -- Visibility, invisibility, and "the thickness of nondivesity" : what I learned from Karen -- Heteronormativity and common sense in science (teacher) education -- "I was afraid he would label me gay if I stood up for gays" : the experience of lesbian and gay elementary education credential candidates at a rural state university -- Teacher educators and the multicultural closet : the impact of gay and lesbian content on an undergraduate teacher education seminar -- Can of worms : a queer TA in teacher ed. -- I'm everywoman : multiple identities as part of the diversity curriculum -- Campus dyke meets teacher education : a marriage made in social justice heaven.
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