This book demonstrates a balance between the principles and practice of multicultural education in the K-12 classroom, presenting multicultural education as a learner-centered pedagogy. The author provides pre-service and in-service teachers with the theoretical and practical support they need to provide equal and meaningful education to all the students in their classrooms.
Chinaka Samuel DomNwachukwu is associate dean for academic affairs, professor of multicultural education, and chair of the Department of Teacher Education at Azusa Pacific University, Azusa California.
Chapter 1 Humans as Cultural Beings: Foundations for Multicultural Education Chapter 2 Engaging the American Cultural Mosaic Chapter 3 Engaging the Crises of Cross-Cultural Encounters Chapter 4 Educational Inequalities in American Schools Chapter 5 Historical Foundations of Multicultural Education in the United States Chapter 6 Title One Categorical Fund: A Federal Covernment Attempt at Educational Equity Chapter 7 American Multilingualism and the Challange of the English Language Learner in the American Educational System Chapter 8 Religious Diversity and the Public School Systems Chapter 9 Gender and Women's Rights in American Educational History Chapter 10 The Learner and the Educational Process Chapter 11 Exceptionality and Learner-Centered Pedagogies for the Regular Education Classroom Chapter 12 Standards-based Planning and Teaching in a Multicultural Classroom
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