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 on the “About” page. 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 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.


Annotated Assignments

AuthorYearAssignment TitleCourseInstitution
Nadia Awaida2021Feminist Pedagogy in Teacher Education
Maha Bali2021Gratitude JournalingDigital Literacies in an Intercultural ContextAmerican University in Cairo
Niya Bond2020The Autowritography: Reflecting on Your Writing Process and ProjectEnglish Composition IIOnline Upper Iowa University
Clare Daniel2020Research Essay and Elevator Pitch Discussion: History of a Reproductive IssueReproductive Politics in New OrleansTulane University
Clare Daniel2021Social Annotations Using Hypothes.isSexuality, Knowledge Production, and EducationTulane University
Nirnoy H. Islam2021Reflections on Meme, Identity and HumourEthics of Media and CommunicationUniversity of Liberal Arts Bangladesh
Rocío Jiménez-Cortés2022Online Feminist Pedagogy: Life Experiences from the Ecodialogical PerspectiveUniversity of Seville
Julia Lang2023Building an Authentic Introduction (using AI)Taylor Your LifeTulane University
Liv Newman2023Images of Representation ‘Zine Learning ActivityRace, Racism, and PrivilegeLoyola University New Orleans
Liv Newman2021Reflexivity Reflection Paper Learning ActivityRace, Racism, and PrivilegeLoyola University New Orleans
Liv Newman2023Weekly Discussion Board Learning ActivityRace, Racism, and PrivilegeLoyola University New Orleans
Liv Newman2021Research Study Proposal Project (Final Exam)Deviant BehaviorLoyola University New Orleans
Chloe Raub2021Creating Wikipedia Articles with Gender in MindArchives, Identity, and PowerTulane University
Chloe Raub2021Feminist Zine MakingArchives, Identity, and PowerTulane University
Catharyn Shelton2021Dissecting Current Events through Collaborative Virtual Mind Mapping with Google DrawTechnology in the ClassroomNorthern Arizona University
Jacquelyne Thoni Howard2018Discussion Leader AssignmentUnderstanding Historical ChangeFordham University
Jacquelyne Thoni Howard2020Source Presenter AssignmentFeminist Epistemologies and Research DesignTulane University
Jacquelyne Thoni Howard2023Participation ReflectionIntroduction to DataTulane University
Jacquelyne Thoni Howard2023Online Peer Review Activity using a modified version of Liz Lerman’s Critical Response Process, for more information about the original process, see Liz Lerman’s “Critical Response Process.”Introduction to DataTulane University
T. Thurston2020Digital #powerups: hashtags to empower higher-order student engagement in online discussions, in A. deNoyelles, A. Albrecht, S. Bauer, & S. Wyatt (Eds.)Teaching Online Pedagogical RepositoryUniversity of Central Florida Center for Distributed Learning
Tyler Watts2024Reflection Journal DiscussionFoundations of EducationMercer University
Mel Young2021Fostering community through group work on a collaborative Open Textbook projectCambrian College