Transformations : the journal of inclusive scholarship and pedagogy
New Jersey City University
Place of publication
Jersey City, N. J.
The article explores the use of the queer archive in teaching sex and sexuality in public schools. A background of the development of the archive in 1978 and its role in education is given. Policies that help guide appropriateness of content, such as Supporting Sexual Diversity in Schools in 2008, is discussed. The teaching approach in using the non-traditional archive-based education are also examined where learning can involve group-based workshops heavy on interative methods.
Field of Research
130308 Gender, Sexuality and Education 200205 Culture, Gender, Sexuality
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