Through the schoolhouse door : folklore, community, curriculum
Source:Utah State University Press, Logan, Utah, p.250 (2011)
Call Number:Cubb LB1583.8 .T47 2011
Keywords:Community and school--United States, Folklore and education--United States, Folklore--Study and teaching--United States
Contents: Forward: How to begin to know what you didn't know / Bonnie Stone Sunstein -- " I didn't know what I didn't know: reciprocal pedagogy / Paddy Bowman -- A tale of discovery: folklorists and educators collaborate to create and implement the Louisiana voices educator's guide / Maida Owens with Eileen Engel -- Here at home: learning local-culture pedagogy through cultural tours / Anne Pryor,...[et al.] -- Art at the threshold: folk artists in an urban classroom / Amanda Dargan -- From "show-me" traditions to "the show-me standards": teaching folk arts in Missouri classrooms / Lisa L. Higgins and Susan Eleuterio -- Every student rich in culture: Nebraska folklife trunks / Gwendolyn K. Meister with Patricia C. Kurtenbach -- Folkvine.org: Exploring arts-based research and habits of mind / Kristin G. Congdon with Karen Branen -- "When lunch was just lunch and not so complicated": (re)presenting student culture through an alternative tale / Lisa Rathje -- Turning the university inside out: the Padua Alliance for education and empowerment / Lynne Hamer -- Conclusion: Learned lessons, foreseeable futures / Paddy Bowman and Lynne Hamer.