Narrative inquiry as GLBT resource
A lack of available information about gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) individuals exists. This deficiency affects GLBT students and staff in the academic arena. Narrative inquiry can serve as an effective and legitimate method to disperse information about GLBT people. This study includes the narrative inquiry of one educator in Minnesota. Bloom's Taxonomy can serve as an effective method to evaluate inquiries for validity and content. Included with each narrative in the study is a survey of questions based on Bloom's Taxonomy these questions aid the reader in discerning information from the inquiries.
Fridgen, Michael W., "Narrative inquiry as GLBT resource" (2006). School of Education Student Capstones and Dissertations. 1831.
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