Painter’s Tape Pedagogy

Painter’s tape holds a lot of promise.  You’re going to change something: your walls, your life…maybe a little of both.

This semester I’ve been experimenting with “Painter’s Tape Pedagogy” in information literacy instruction.   Painter’s Tape Pedagogy introduces a makerspace component to the library classroom.  It involves active learning, feminist pedagogy…and a lot of crayons.  It’s been surprising my students, mostly in a good way!

This slideshow outlines some of my recent attempts.  It includes activities, student learning outcomes, prep work I did for each session, and ways I would improve the sessions next time.

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