Interview 1: Students Listen to Podcasts for Social Justice in the Classroom
In this interview, you will hear from Dr. Yalda Hamidi, who teaches in the Gender and Women’s Studies Department at Minnesota State University, Mankato and three graduate students, Ava, Dominik, and Alex, who assisted with the Sex and Gender Worldwide course taught by Dr. Hamidi. This interview demonstrates that having students listen to podcasts can help add a personal voice to course content, introduce new perspectives, and allow greater access.
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Hamidi, Y., Corey-Gruenes, A., Drabent, D., & Nellis, A. (2022). Interview 1: Students listen to podcasts for social justice in the classroom [Audio podcast]. The International Journal of Equity and Social Justice in Higher Education, 1. https://doi.org/10.56816/2771-1803.1011