Based on a set of field-tested planning questions and linked to a series of curriculum case studies, educator profiles, and activities, this practical text makes clear and convincing connections between multicultural practice and theory.
Author: Leonard Davidman
Publisher: Longman Publishing Group
This title empowers future teachers to develop and embrace a multicultural perspective. It provides a clear seven-goal model for creating effective instruction in culturally diverse environments. Based on a set of field-tested planning questions and linked to a series of curriculum case studies, educator profiles, and activities, this practical text makes clear and convincing connections between multicultural practice and theory.
Teaching with a Multicultural Perspective A multicultural perspective is a state of mind , a way of seeing and learning that is shaped by beliefs about multiculturalism ( Davidman & Davidman , 1994 ) . This belief helps teachers to see ...
Author: Donna Y. Ford
Publisher: Teachers College Press
Explores issues involved in gifted programs for minority students such as curriculum and instruction, ethics, counseling, family involvement, and several other concerns, and includes case studies, scenarios, and sample activities.
between the freedom - oriented definitions expressed above and at least two of the multicultural - education ... this was because their own ethnic perspectives and experiences persuaded them that multicultural education was only a ...
Author: Leonard Davidman
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon
Category: Multicultural education
This text offers a clear seven-goal model for creating effective instruction in culturally diverse classrooms. The model, based on a set of field-tested planning questions, is linked to a series of curriculum case studies. Strong coverage of ethnic identity, empowerment, the social construction of knowledge, and equity-based learning.
1 • regular meetings between the dyad ( change agent and target faculty ) where issues relating to teaching ... As teachers we are involved in a Including Multicultural Content and Perspectives | 57 The Rewards of Our Labor.
Author: Helen Roberts
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Incorporated
Category: Curriculum planning
"Teaching from a Multicultural Perspective, one of the volumes in Sage's Survival Skills for Scholars series, is a commonsense primer for developing multicultural pedagogies, courses, curricula, and most important, institutions. Helen Roberts and her associates set out practical strategies and principles for teaching, mentoring, and fostering the academic (and personal) success of minority and nontraditional students. Although this book covers issues relating to multiculturalism on campus that may already be familiar to many of us, it nonetheless should be of interest to advisors who also teach, who are involved in teacher training, or who are involved in resource networking, and who would like to share a basic introduction to the issues with new instructors or other advisors. . . . They valuably stress the role academic advisors can play in the success of minority students." --Brady Harrison in The Journal of the National Academic Advising Association How do you welcome the growing number of culturally diverse students in your classroom without alienating, condescending, or offending them? The authors of this collaborative volume, all experienced teachers and administrators in the ethnically heterogeneous California State University system, outline how to teach "multiculturally." They suggest a set of classroom strategies, curriculum reforms, assessment tools, and mentoring relationships that work for all students, regardless of their cultural background--or yours. The authors contend that cultural diversity is an issue for all faculty members to address regardless of your discipline or the ethnic composition of your campus. With the material in this volume, you can begin to meet the challenge of the truly multicultural university.
The drive toward cultural diversity in music education was on at universities, and prospective teachers were shifting ... The third edition of Multicultural Perspectives in Music Education represents the twenty-first anniversary of this ...
Author: William M. Anderson
Publisher: R&L Education
Broadly based and practically oriented, the book will help you develop curriculum for an increasingly multicultural society. The authors-a variety of music educators and ethnomusicologists-provide plans and resources to broaden your students' perspectives on music as an important aspect of culture both within the United States and globally.
Instead of a deficit perspective to see what the teacher educators lack in their expertise related to ELL, teacher education programs can approach from a more asset-based perspective, to elicit and build from the resources they already ...
Author: Karpava, Sviatlana
Publisher: IGI Global
Multilingualism, multiculturalism, and internationalization in higher education is a contemporary reality worldwide. Because of the importance of multilingualism in learning policy, special professional and education training should be provided both to teachers and students. Multilingual education can promote linguistic and cultural diversity, inclusion, and social development. The Handbook of Research on Multilingual and Multicultural Perspectives on Higher Education and Implications for Teaching focuses on both top-down and bottom-up perspectives on multilingual and multicultural education based on conceptual and empirical studies. This book provides evidence in support of sustainable multilingualism and multiculturalism in higher education. Covering topics such as dialectic teaching, multilingual classrooms, and teacher education, this major reference work is an essential resource for pre-service teachers, educators of higher education, language policy experts, university administration, scholars, linguists, researchers, and academicians.
students, families, and teachers bring strengths and talents to teaching and learning and (2) that a comprehensive and critical approach to multicultural education can provide an important framework for rethinking school reform.
Author: James A. Banks
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
'Multicultural Education' is a reader which helps educators understand the concepts, paradigms and explanations needed to become more effective practitioners in culturally, racially and language diverse classrooms.
8 ROSE MARY SCOTT Reading Methods Courses : A Multicultural Perspective This chapter will discuss ways in which multicultural content and pedagogical strategies were infused into reading methods courses for predominatly White ( only two ...
Author: Joseph M. Larkin
Publisher: SUNY Press
This book explores how to make teacher preparation more multicultural.
Multicultural education: A caring-centered, reflective approach. Boston, MA: McGraw-Hill. This text is one of the first in the field explicitly to integrate the concept of caring into a description of multicultural educational theory ...
Author: Patricia Ramsey
The second edition of this source book contains essays and annotations on a number of issues related to multicultural education. The authors define multicultural education as a process-oriented creation of learning experiences that foster an awareness of, respect for, and enjoyment of the diversity of our society and world. Inherent in this definition of multicultural education is a commitment to create a more just and equitable society for all people. This book, then, offers suggestions relevant to the teaching of all children, all teaching and curricular decisions, and every aspect of educational policy.
His mother strongly objected to the detention and said , “ Here in America , calling a teacher ' stupid ' is not a big deal ... Teaching from a multicultural perspective entails several elements of instruction — not in a linear fashion ...
Author: Fenice B. Boyd
Publisher: Guilford Press
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Within a clear conceptual framework, this book explores ways that teachers, reading specialists, administrators, and teacher educators can provide more effective literacy instruction to K-9 students from diverse ethnic, cultural, and linguistic backgrounds. Cutting-edge theory and research is interwoven with detailed case studies that bring to life the complexities of teaching in today's multicultural and multilingual classroom. Topics covered include: *How and why culture matters in literacy instruction *Drawing on students' multiple literacies in the classroom *Motivating and engaging English-language learners *Steps that teachers can take to heighten their cultural awareness and skills *Tapping into family and community resources for literacy learning