Examining (Re)Constructive History through the Experiences of Asian American Teachers
Keywords:Asian American, Social Studies, Reconstructive History, AsianCrit, Pedagogy, Curriculum
This article summarizes a case study of three Asian American teachers and their experiences in integrating Asian American perspectives into their social studies teaching. Through examining these teachers’ experiences, the importance of teacher dispositions, teacher knowledge of Asian American histories, and access to ongoing professional learning opportunities that centered equity emerged as critical to integrating Asian American perspectives into the curriculum.
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