My question here is this: are there more examples of this out there and how could teachers use this to change draconian filtering policies, for example? Just asking. Guerilla teaching for our students? This isn't just about sticking it to the man, it is also about rising above groupthink and 'insane' institutional imperatives. There have to be reasoned approaches to why we do what we do in school. If they are not reasoned, then they are fair game for ridicule, for challenge, and for artistic insubordination.
Here is the article: http://www.filesavr.com/hanneli2009insufficientquestioningphideltakappan91365-69
Citation: Hannel, I. (2009). Insufficient Questioning. Phi Delta Kappan, 91(3), 65-69.