Addressing Sexual and Gender Diversity in an English Education Teacher Preparation Program

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Cramer, Katherine Mason
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2020
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LGBTQ+ , Teacher education , Gender diversity , English education program , Sexual diversity
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Cramer, Katherine Mason. Addressing Sexual and Gender Diversity in an English Education Teacher Preparation Program. In: Incorporating LGBTQ+ Identities in K-12 Curriculum and Policy. Eds. April Sanders, Laura Isbell, and Kathryn Dixon. IGI Global, 2020: 66-111.
Abstract

Teacher education programs as a whole do little to prepare graduates to create and maintain classroom and school cultures that recognize and affirm lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning/queer + (LGBTQ+) identities. This chapter describes how an English education program chair at a Midwestern university has integrated the study of sexual and gender diversity alongside English language arts pedagogy in three different courses, including specific texts and learning activities, as well as student responses to the in-class experiences. Recommendations for future study and curriculum design are addressed.

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IGI Global
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Incorporating LGBTQ+ Identities in K-12 Curriculum and Policy;chapter 3
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9781799814061
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