Jan. 11 Crip RR Notes

Notes from the Crip Reading Room Jan. 11

Notes from the Crip Reading Room Jan. 11

Crip Reading Room Jan. 11 Notes Fairy Tales in Early Childhood Education Disneyfied fairy tales are avoided in early childhood education because  they perpetuate narrow gender roles,  exclude children from diverse family situations,  erase non-Eurocentric, disabled aesthetics,  and teach children “othering” rather than treating humanity as a non-homogenous mix of varied and valuable types of self-expression and ways of being in the world.   Rather than avoiding Fairy Tales we thought of ways to give the narrative to the children reading the story. Asking children how the story can be changed to include themselves. For instance, shifting the family structure to...

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