Student-Centered Designs of Pan-African Literature Courses
African studies, African-American studies, literature, diaspora, English, teaching, pedagogy
African American Studies | African Languages and Societies | English Language and Literature | Race, Ethnicity and Post-Colonial Studies
A student-centered teaching methodology is an essential ingredient of a successful Pan- African literary course. Using such an approach, I combine reading assignments with journals, film presentations, and lectures in a productive learning environment in which I play the role of invisible facilitator of intellectual exchange. My method incorporates a variety of Pan-African literary and historical works that help students understand the relations between Blacks of Africa and the Diaspora.
Mbaye, Babacar (2010). Student-Centered Designs of Pan-African Literature Courses. CEA Forum 39(2), 1-27. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kent.edu/engpubs/67