Published June 4, 2007 by Jossey-Bass .
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|Contributions||Jerome Branche (Editor), John Mullennix (Editor), Ellen R. Cohn (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||340|
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He is the author or editor of several books, including The Poetics and Politics of Diaspora: Transatlantic Musings.
John Mullennix is the editor of Diversity Across the Curriculum: A Guide for Faculty in Higher Education, published by s: 1. 35 Diversity Across the Curriculum: Teaching the Business Case for Diversity Audrey J.
Murrell Raymond Jones 36 Introducing Students to Islam and The Qur'an Jack Meacham 37 On Diversity and the Teaching of Religions in India Fred W. Clothey 38 Teaching Diversity for Social Change Kathryn Russell Price: $ The book opens with a conceptual framework, covering such issues as distinguishing teaching to a diverse audience from teaching about diversity and contrasting the incorporation of culture across the curriculum with tokenistic approaches.5/5(1).
This book also contains an overview of the following areas: Diversity as an integral component of college curricula Structuring diversity-accessible courses Practices that facilitate diversity across the curriculum Diversity and disciplinary practices. Getting Culture: Incorporating Diversity Across The Curriculum by.
Regan A.R. Gurung (Editor), Loreto R. Prieto (Editor) Rating details involved in reaching this goal. How can we integrate these perspectives in disciplinary and diversity courses, and the curriculum. This book is a resource for answering these questions/5(6).
"This volume's editors have compiled a set of wide-ranging tools for teaching about diversity among diverse student populations. Articles cover an array of topics, including general approaches to diversity education, specific exercises within and across disciplines, and strategies for coping with the stresses of teaching controversial topics.
ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: Teaching about culture / David Matsumoto --Got culture?Incorporating culture into the curriculum / Regan A.R. Gurung --Teaching about diversity: reflections and future directions / Loreto R.
Prieto --A metapedagogical approach to culture in the. Getting culture; incorporating diversity across the curriculum. by Regan A.R. Gurung and Loreto R. Prieto. Stylus Publishing pages $ Paperback LC This book offers practical advice and empirically proven best practices for teaching high school and college students about diversity.
Discussions about diversity and inclusion with respect to the curriculum are, on so many campuses, taken up by humanities and social sciences faculties. The STEM fields have clearly stepped up in terms of valuing diversity in terms of representation, or who is doing the math and science, with hiring initiatives that aim to increase the share of.
Moving beyond superficial integration, educators need to integrate information about non-dominant groups across several areas of the curriculum.
A daily lesson plan may incorporate a special lesson, book, or film that highlights members of non-dominant groups. Educators must move beyond using the new materials and units only as secondary sources.
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The solution seems obvious: Add more books that represent LGBTQ issues, gender diversity, people of color, people with disabilities, and ethnic, cultural, and religious minorities.
But even as teachers appear aware of a need to diversify the curriculum, there can be roadblocks to making it happen. It makes specific recommendations for teaching diversity across the curriculum, in both general education and major programs, and describes effective diversity courses and requirements in a broad range of institutions — large and small, public and private, two- and four-year.
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Picture Books That Stretch Across the Curriculum. Appropriate for a range of reading and interest levels, picture books like these can be used to introduce content-area lessons, to work a little more art and music into the school day, or to serve as entertaining read alouds. Lessons in history, sports, and cultural diversity.
Using picture books for intercultural understanding: Learning across the curriculum (PDF MB) is a resource for Geography, History, English, Creative Arts K The resource suggests learning activities based around picture books selected for their value in developing intercultural understandings and.
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The book explores diversity across physical, psychological and cogitative traits, socio-economic backgrounds, value systems, traditions and emerging identities, as well as diverse expectations around teaching, grading, and assessment. In Gender and Sexual Diversity in Schools, Elizabeth Meyer provides a beautifully written and engaging discussion of the need for inclusivity in offers a realistic and systematic process for transforming schools into inclusive and comfortable environments for all.
As an educator, and queer theorist, I believe that this book is an exceptional contribution to the field of education. This reader demands that we understand diversity and multiculturalism by identifying the ways in which curriculum has been written and taught, and by redefining the field with an equitable lens, freeing it from the dominant cultural curriculum.
The book problematizes the issue of whiteness, for instance, as not being the opposite of blackness or «person-of-colorness», but rather a meta. Show your support by signing the petition and using resources from The Black Curriculum – a social enterprise campaigning for black history to be taught in schools all year round.
Ensure the school library is stocked with books showing ethnically diverse content from BAME authors. See these suggestions from #BAMEEd. The latest front is at Barnard College in New York City, where some English majors want greater diversity in their curriculum.
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The Cooperative Children's Book Center, a library at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Education, has tracked diversity in children's books since the s.
Last year, 11. As a member of the senior leadership team, Dr. Duncan will oversee the Diversity and Inclusion Office and partner with diversity leaders across the institution’s three schools, business units, and academic and administrative departments to ensure the goals and milestones outlined in the IMPACT strategic plan are met.
The Across the Disciplines Books series publishes scholarly texts that explore language and discourse practices within and across disciplinary boundaries using diverse methodologies and theoretical approaches. While some volumes in the series are linked to themed issues of the online, open access, peer reviewed journal Across the Disciplines (ATD), ATD Books shares the broader mission of the.
In this timely book, Mena and Quina have assembled an outstanding cadre of professionals who present valuable suggestions for integrating diversity and multiculturalism into the psychology curriculum. They also provide advice on how to manage difficult conversations around topics that are often laden with emotion.
—Ana J. Bridges, PhD. Teaching Tolerance provides free resources to educators—teachers, administrators, counselors and other practitioners—who work with children from kindergarten through high school.
Educators use our materials to supplement the curriculum, to inform their practices, and to create civil and inclusive school communities where children are respected, valued and welcome participants.
The organisations are concerned that books, authors, characters and stories taught in classrooms do not represent the rich diversity of society. An analysis by the publisher and think tank found that 56 of 65 novels and plays on the GCSE English literature specifications across three major exam boards are written by white authors.
Saturday, 11/7 from 1 to CST (am HST, am AKST, PST, MST, EST) The Diversity and Equity Interest Forum and the Tribal and Indigenous Early Childhood Network are pleased to offer a virtual book club centered on the book Lessons from Turtle Island: Native Curriculum in Early Childhood Classrooms by Guy W.
Jones and Sally Moomaw. A list of nonfiction and fiction books that feature people of diverse gender identities and presentations. Intended to help readers of all genders explore the diversity of gender, sex, and their intersections with other identities (sexuality, race, etc.).
diversity (dĭ-vûr′sĭ-tē, dī-) n. diversities 1. The quality or condition of being diverse: a band known for the diversity of its music. The condition of having or including people from different ethnicities and social backgrounds: diversity on campus. A variety or assortment: a diversity of opinions.
American Heritage. The Black Curriculum’s National Youth Ambassador Scheme provides young people aged 14 - 18, with an opportunity to become Ambassadors’s. Students will support the development of a greater sense of belonging and identity to young people across the UK through the teaching of Black British History and ongoing work to embed Black history into.