Tara Goldstein is a Professor in the Department of Curriculum, Teaching, and Learning at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto (OISE/UT). Her current teaching and research program focuses on gender, sexuality and schooling, and verbatim theatre research. Her latest book is Teaching Gender and Sexuality at School: Letters to Teachers (2019). Tara is also the Founding and Artistic Director of Gailey Road Productions, a theatre company that produces her performed ethnographies and research-informed theatre.
Books by Tara Goldstein:
Many schools have failed to create a nurturing educational environment for LGBTQ students. Our Children are Your Students features a discussion about the various tactics that LGBTQ families use to work with schools that don’t anticipate the arrival of their families and children. The book features a verbatim theatre script called Out at School which is based on interviews conducted with 37 LGBTQ families about their experiences in school.
This is an important book for teachers and pre-service teachers who are interested in creating inclusive classroom environments for all students.
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