storytelling, digital learning, culturally sustaining pedagogy, identity, community wealth, universal design for learning
Many students in Portland’s schools face racism and other forms of discrimination on a daily basis. Storytelling is a practice that is fundamental across all cultures and provides a vehicle that students from all backgrounds can access as a mechanism for engaging in the development of their academic identity. This article shares about how a digital workbook assignment was designed as an outlet for student self-expression dealing daily with racism and prejudice related to systems of oppression in education and the rapidly changing and evolving life of a city.
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Goin Kono, Kari and Taylor, Sonja
"Leveraging storytelling and digital artifacts to design social justice curriculum in urban communities,"
Northwest Journal of Teacher Education: Vol. 17
, Article 22.