Annotated Assignments

Call for Assignments

The Feminist Pedagogy for Teaching Online Guide promotes the feminist pedagogical practices of educators. FPTO is seeking assignments that operationalize one or more of the feminist pedagogical tenets listed in the “Introduction.” Selected annotated assignments will be featured on the guide and assignment authors will also be listed as contributors to FPTO in the “About” section. To submit an assignment for consideration, make a copy of the this template, format your instructions and annotations how you want them to be published, and share your proposed annotated assignment with feministpedagogyonline@gmail.com. See the template for more detailed instructions.

Assignment Repository

Awaida, Nadia, “Feminist Pedagogy in Teacher Education.” 2021.

Bali, Maha, “Gratitude Journaling,” from Digital Literacies in an Intercultural Context, American University in Cairo. 2021.

Bond, Niya, “The Autowritography: Reflecting on your Writing Process and Project,” from English Composition II, Online Upper Iowa University. 2020.

Daniel, Clare. “Research Essay and Elevator Pitch Discussion: History of a Reproductive Issue,” from Reproductive Politics in New Orleans, Tulane University. 2020.

Daniel, Clare. “Social Annotations Using Hypothes.is,” from Sexuality, Knowledge Production, and Education, Tulane University. 2021.

Howard, Jacquelyne Thoni. “Source Presenter Assignment,” from Feminist Epistemologies and Research Design, Tulane University. 2020.

Islam, Nirnoy H. “Reflections on Meme, Identity and Humour,” from Ethics of Media and Communication, University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh. 2021.

Newman, Liv. “Reflexivity Reflection Paper Learning Activity,” from Race, Racism, and Privilege, Loyola University New Orleans. 2021.

Raub, Chloe. “Creating Wikipedia Articles with Gender in Mind,” from Archives, Identity, and Power, Tulane University. 2021.

Raub, Chloe. “Feminist Zine Making,” from Archives, Identity, and Power, Tulane University. 2021.

Shelton, Catharyn, “Dissecting Current Events through Collaborative Virtual Mind Mapping with Google Draw,” from Technology in the Classroom, Northern Arizona University. 2021.