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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 email@example.com. See the template for more detailed instructions.
Call for Blog Posts: The editors of the Feminist Pedagogy for Teaching Online guide are adding blog forum to the guide and are looking for friendly and accessible blog posts that follow these guidelines:
- Blog posts should be 750 words maximum in length.
- Be conversational in your writing.
- Avoid jargon or technical terminology.
- You are welcome to use “I” and “you”.
- Consider using shorter paragraphs and subheadings throughout your text.
- You are encouraged to hyperlink to resources in the text of your blog.
- Include in-text citations and a reference list in APA 7th edition format.
- Include a short bio about yourself, social media links, and other contact information.
- Your submission should be made using a Google document.
We welcome submission related to innovative ways in which educators integrate feminist pedagogy into online teaching and learning. This includes topics related (but not limited to)
- Humanizing online teaching and learning
- Creating cultures of care in online classrooms
- Examining (dis)embodiment in virtual teaching and learning
- Using technology intentionally to build communities and enhance learning
- Feminist Pedagogy in the Era of Big Tech
- The designing, implementation, or evaluation of assignments that integrate feminist pedagogical tenets
- Book reviews related to feminist pedagogy for virtual teaching and learning
Once you are ready to submit your blog post draft for publication, email the link of the Google document to firstname.lastname@example.org to start the editorial review process. You can expect a response form the editorial review team within one week from the submission date.