This project was developed as a presentation for a final paper. In order to present the concepts of the paper (divergent thinking and creative assessment) the video was used as an exemplar for not just how students gravitate towards alternate methods of curriculum and instruction but how the impact of marginalization in education causes these types of responses or outcomes.
Joie N. Lê is an educator, writer, and mother of three. She has a Ph.D. in Curriculum & Instruction with an emphasis in Culturally Responsive Pedagogy and Education Technology. She is a guest speaker on qualitative research methods, diversity in the classroom, and topics related to Vietnam's orphans of war. She geeks out on poststructural philosophy, ontology, epistemology, existentialism, and historical fiction.