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Describes how an unplanned, informal discussion about how race and identity are depicted on book covers evolved into a year-long investigation with a class of 11 and 12-year-olds where the interests and comments of the students drove the curriculum.
Bank Street College of Education
book covers, publishing industry, children's book marketing, Bank Street School for Children, race and identity in children's literature
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Wahi, A., Bruce, A., & Steinfeld, J. (2015). Loudness in the Library: Empowering Students to Think Critically About Identity and Bias. Bank Street College of Education. Retrieved from https://educate.bankstreet.edu/progressive/15
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