Reaching and Teaching Diverse Populations: Strategies for Moving Beyond Stereotypes

Reaching and Teaching Diverse Populations: Strategies for Moving Beyond Stereotypes

By: Andrea Fishman-Pasternak (author), Mary J. Bellucci Buckelew (author)Paperback

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Based on the conceptual framework of the educational ecosystem, "Reaching and Teaching Diverse Populations: Strategies for Moving Beyond Stereotypes" engages preservice teachers in activities that promote their understanding of diversity topics. In working through the activities included in this text, students deepen their understanding of the interrelationship of the community, the school, and classroom dynamics and cultures. By making multicultural issues local and relevant, future teachers begin to see themselves as agents of change, creators of curriculum and pedagogy, and facilitators of a synergistic, dynamic, and exciting learning environment.

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Contents

Preface Introduction Section I: Individual Identity and Self-Awareness 1. My Life as a 2. I Come From 3. My Name 4. Metaphorical Me 5. Identity Collage 6. Zen Cards 7. Reading Worlds into Words 8. Stories That Cling 9. Ways of Seeing 10. Willingness to be Disturbed 11. Future Selves, Present Goals Section II: Multicultural Awareness and Intercultural Interaction 12. Shared Guidelines & Language - Creating a Classroom Culture of Respect 13. Just Because 14. A-List/B-List: Getting Beyond Stereotypes 15. Talking Back: Found and Two-Voice Poems 16. Finding Ways In: Translating Others' Experiences 17. United States of America Axioms: Yours, Mine, or Ours? 18. Processing "White Privilege," by Peggy McIntosh 19. Gendered Language: Unpacking Common Parlance 20. Code-Switching: Language, Dress, and Behavior 21. Being and Becoming: Bullies and Divas and Martyrs, Oh, My 22. Campus Culture Walk Section III: Introduction to Classroom Inquiry 23. Multigenre Inquiry Project: Sharing the Process and Results of Inquiry 24. Double Entry Inquiry Notebook: From Seeing To Meaning 25. Asking and Developing the Overarching Inquiry Question: Finding a Focus 26. Writing a Rationale for Your Overarching Question 27. Developing Frequently Asked Questions 28. Designing Interview Questions 29. Inquiring Minds Want To Know: Withholding Judgment in the Field In Order To Understand Others 30. A-List/B-List: Getting Beyond Stereotypes in the Field 31. Perspective-Taking in the Ecosystem Classroom: The Yin and Yang of Resilience 32. Processing Classroom Inquiry Section IV: Analyzing Pedagogy for the Classroom Ecosystem 33. Popcorn (aka Quaker) Reading 34. Literature Circles 35. Save the Last Word for Me 36. Rubric Protocol 37. Graffiti Wall 38. Lesson Plan 39. Unit Plan Bibliography About the Authors

Product Details

  • publication date: 04/12/2010
  • ISBN13: 9781412977364
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 176
  • ID: 9781412977364
  • weight: 417
  • ISBN10: 1412977363

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