Learning Goal: I’m working on a article writing multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.Please help answer the 5 questions after choosing one of the two articles provided. Must be under 2 pages long but have enough detail and evidence from the text.
Research Gloria Ladson-Billings, and her ground-breaking theoretical pedagogy.
Describe the contributions of Gloria Ladson-Billings’ culturally relevant teaching methodology.
Highlight the work of two additional educators’ whose work has also advocated for the infusion of student’s culture into their teaching and learning process.
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article “Integrating Disability, Transforming Feminist Theory”(2002). Thetitular phrase “Integrating Race”is not intended to suggest that feministdisability studies scholars have never considered race but rather that race hasnot been integral to the field’s citational practices and that the marginaliza-tion of racial analysis has shaped feminist disability studies’approaches.4 Fur-ther, integrating race does not mean merely including more feminist disabilityscholars of color like ourselves or focusing more feminist disability scholarshipon racialized populations. Rather, it involves changing the citational politicsof the field so that feminist-of-color and critical race theories inform work infeminist disability studies as a whole even when people of color are absent assites of analysis or as scholars theorizing from identity or experience. Towardthis aim, this article maps out an initial overview for a feminist-of-color dis-ability studies, providing more breadth than depth in our examples.In addition, this article focuses on a predominantly US context. We ac-knowledge that this is a limit of this initial theorization of our frameworkand look forward to being in conversation with others on how transnationalperspective can further complicate the ideas we set forth here.5 We encour-age readers to explore our epigrams, citations, and footnotes and use themas seeds for future scholarship. This is merely the beginning, we hope, of arobust intellectual conversation