Annotated Bibliography on Feminist Pedagogy in the Composition Classroom: Feminization, Maternal Paradigms, and Essentialism
By Sheri Laska, July 1998

Feminist Pedagogy
Core book list compiled by Lori Goetsch. (Incorporated and updated in the Core Books Database from the Univ. of Wisc.)

Feminist Educational Research
Information compiled by Martin Ryder.

The Diversity Kit: An Introductory Resource for Social Change in Education
For purchase, this publication brings together current research on human development and cultural diversity. "It explores issues of diversity in education that are essential for schools and teachers who are committed to quality education for all students."

Using A Feminist Pedagogy As A Male Teacher: The Possibilities Of A Partial And Situated Perspective
This essay discusses the authors attempts   to adopt a feminist pedagogical stance. By Steven P. Schacht, Radical Pedagogy v. 2, no. 2 (Fall 2000)

Feminist Teacher
Back issues are available in full text in the Contemporary Women's Issues , Education Fulltext, and GenderWatch databases.

Transformations: The Journal of Inclusive Scholarship and Pedagogy
A resource for curriculum transformation and scholarship. Tables of contents are available on the site. Available in fulltext in GenderWatch database.

Teaching Tolerance
A web project of the Southern Poverty Law Center for anyone interested in dismantling bigotry and creating, in hate's stead, communities that value diversity. Contains a link for teachers on how to incorporate issues of diversity into the classroom.

Creating an Inclusive Classroom
A site from the University of California - Berkeley featuring a list of resources to assist in responding to the increasing diversity in your classrooms in ways that enrich and include; and in incorporating relevant materials from various cultures into your curriculum in ways that expand your students’ understanding and education.

Teaching for Change
Provides teachers and parents with the tools to transform schools into socially equitable centers of learning where students become architects of a better future. Teaching for Change is a not-for-profit organization based in Washington, DC.