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[You might also be interested in this interview with Murray Corren a BC teacher and activist whose work resulted in, among other things, the Social Justice 12 course in BC social studies curriculum. See also: Queering the Social Studies: Lessons to be learned from Canadian secondary school Gay-Straight Alliances]
Class #7 – Gender, Sexuality, the Body and Social Studies Curriculum
Schmidt, S. (2010), Queering the social studies: The role of the social studies in normalizing citizens and sexuality in the common good. Theory and Research in Social Education, 38(3), 314-335. Retrieved from http://goo.gl/dgfrI3
Mayo, J. B. (2013). Negotiating sexual orientation and classroom practice(s) at school. Theory and Research in Social Education 35(3), 447-464. Retrieved from http://goo.gl/sxbgsq
Family; Sex; Relationships; Gender; Disabilities; Our Physical Bodies sections of Stay Solid! (Hern et al.)
Loutzensheiser, L. (2044). The language of gender, sex, and sexuality and youth experiences in schools. In E. W. Ross (Ed.). The social studies curriculum: Purposes, problems, and possibilities (4th Ed., pp. 227-244). Albany: State University of New York Press. Retrieved from https://goo.gl/CJtiic
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