Teacher Education Preparation for Diversity (Mellen Studies in Education v. 68)

Teacher Education Preparation for Diversity (Mellen Studies in Education v. 68)

By: Tony Manson (editor)Hardback

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Why not try educating all the children?; the multicultural agenda - striving for equity and justice; before we enter the classroom - what do we believe; the teacher education programme - is there a vision and can they accomplish it for minorities?; teacher education preparation for diversity; let's take a look at gender equity in the classroom; the quest for bountiful supervision - questions for emerging counsellors; the school counsellor's challenge of collaborating with students, parents and teachers - strategies and strengths; business as usual - another look at racism in teacher preparation; the language differences in the American schools for the Chicano/Mexican-American child; multiculturalism in our schools - the school administrator's role; multicultural education for young children - racial and ethnic attitudes and their modification; bilingual teachers - the struggle to sustain an emancipatory pedagogy within public school structures; the administrator's role in increasing parental involvement in a culturally diverse school environment - strategies and techniques; bringing tomorrow to your classroom today - a collaborative effort; the power to empower - an urban teacher communicates and connects with her children's families; instructional design variables to enhance cultural diversity; school staff development for cultural diversity - multicultural curriculum programming; politics in American education - is there a place?; against all odds - the plight of African-American males to acquire knowledge from American educational institutions; where is my child? is the system splitting my family? the future of African-American families?; Afrocentric education consideration for needs of learning-disabled African-American students; emerging profiles of high achieving Hispanic American and African-American women scholars; the dilemma of diversity; rationality for multiculturalism and diversity in collegiate education - how the debate is framed and why it continues to be controversial.

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  • ISBN13: 9780773471863
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 462
  • ID: 9780773471863
  • ISBN10: 0773471863

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