Exploring Diversity

Exploring Diversity : A Video Case Approach

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For use as a supplement in a Multicultural Education Course, Foundations of Education course, or any course that would benefit from additional coverage of culturally responsive teaching. This interactive CD-ROM and accompanying activity guide provides immediate access to powerful, living, classroom examples of culturally responsive teaching.
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  • Paperback | 112 pages
  • 200.7 x 269.2 x 12.7mm | 249.48g
  • Pearson
  • Upper Saddle River, NJ, United States
  • English
  • 0131172581
  • 9780131172586

Table of contents

TO THE STUDENT. GETTING STARTED: HOW TO USE THE CD-ROM. PART 1: UNDERSTANDING CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE TEACHING. 1. What is Culturally Responsive Teaching? INTASC Principles, Knowledge, Dispositions and Performance Schools and Classrooms, Teaching and Learning General Considerations of Culturally Responsive Instruction Specific Principles Learning about Culturally Responsive Instruction 2. Considerations in Instructional Planning. INTASC Principles, Knowledge, Dispositions, and Performance Imagine a Multicultural Classroom Responding to Cultural Diversity Understanding Diversity The Contact Zone Metaphor Pedagogy of PlaceA Framework to Construct a Multicultural ClassroomDifferentiated Instruction 3. Classroom Climate and Managing Behavior INTASC Principles, Knowledge, Dispositions, and Performance Cooperation and Constructive ControversyCooperative and Critical Thinking SkillsCooperative Learning for Future OrientationsCooperative Learning ProcessTeaching the Skills of IntelligenceRegularity Control: Affecting Classroom BehaviorSetting Events and Establishing OperationsWhat if the Problem Persists?System-Wide SupportFunctional Behavioral Assessment 4. Engaging Families. INTASC Principles, Knowledge, Dispositions, and Performance Listening to and Engaging FamiliesIssues and Challenges in Engaging FamiliesResearch about Engaging Families from Various Cultural GroupsWorking with "Other People's Children"PART II: CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE TEACHING IN ACTION. Case 1. Second Grade Literacy in An Urban School Discussion QuestionsQuestions for Consideration Case 2. The Emerging Competence of Youth in 7th Grade. Discussion QuestionsQuestions for Consideration Case 3. One Teacher's Influence. Discussion QuestionsQuestions for Consideration Case 4. Majority Culture. Discussion QuestionsQuestions for ConsiderationPART III: RESOURCES. Performance Assessment Activities. Sample Responses to Case Discussion Questions. References.
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