You've Got It All Wrong presents a unique opportunity to engage our students with a text that is relevant to their lives, local, and cuts across all disciplines. We encourage all faculty to consider how they might use the Community Read and the Campus Theme Intersections this year.
Interested in using the Community Read in one of your courses? Please contact your librarian for ideas, resources, and support:
If you need help using the Community Read, please contact your librarian!
Consider having students do one of the following assignments with their FREE copy:
Baskerville, Delia. "Developing Cohesion and Building Positive Relationships Through Storytelling in a Culturally Diverse New Zealand Classroom." Teaching and Teacher Education. 21 (2011): 107-115.
Breault, Rick. "Distilling Wisdom from Practice: Finding Meaning in PDS Stories." Teaching and Teacher Education 26 (2010): 399-407.
Butcher, Susan. "Narrative as Teaching Strategy." The Journal of Correctional Education. 57.3 (2006): 195-208.
Liu, Rossina Zamora. "'The Things They Carried': Unpacking Trauma Scripts Inside a Community Writing Workshop." Counselling Psychology Quarterly 26.1 (2012): 55-71.
Rossiter, Marsha, and Penny A. Garcia. "Digital Storytelling: A New Player on the Narrative Field." New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education. 126 (2010): 37-48.
Srivastava, Sarita, and Margot Francis. "The Problem of 'Authentic Experience': Storytelling in Anti-Racist and Anti-Homophobic Education." Critical Sociology 31.2-3 (2006): 275-307.