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Although teaching through diverse sources was a result of my personal experience in developing a unique teaching method, this practice lies squarely within African feminist pedagogy and models of transformative teaching:
"Feminist teachers already use more diverse resources, in part because of the resource deficit.... However, their proclivity for diversified teaching resources also derives from radical pedagogic traditions developed in national liberation and women’s movements.
These have included the basic commitment to experiential learning and grounding in local realities, which have driven activist teachers to introduce the use of journals and diaries, field surveys and research report-backs, media cuttings and analysis, radio broadcasting, pictorial representations, traditional poems and myths, oratory, simulations and role plays, to name just some of the techniques that are being used on African campuses. It is to these that the more creative lecturers, and those teaching gender and women’s studies, have been compelled to turn in the quest to socially transformative teaching...".
Amina Mama, in Sudbury, Julia; Okazawa-Rey, Margo. Activist Scholarship (Transnational Feminist Studies) (p. 69). Taylor and Francis. Kindle Edition.