Teachers' cultural competence and students' perception of the social classroom climate in culturally different middle school classrooms
- Education, Sociology
TEACHERS’ CULTURAL COMPETENCE AND STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION OF THE SOCIAL CLASSROOM CLIMATE IN CULTURALLY DIFFERENT MIDDLE SCHOOL CLASSROOMS by Olivia L. R. Spence Chair: Elvin Gabriel ABSTRACT OF…
Teaching Third Grade African American Children in Culturally Responsive Ways: Is Anybody Listening?.
The effects of a culturally responsive professional development series on the attitudes and beliefs of teachers of diverse students in a Missouri suburban school district
Contrary to what supporters of the “No Child Left Behind” Act (P.L. 107-110, 2001) would have us believe about the effects of this legislation, the academic achievement gap between students of color…
No container: Teacher perceptions of the influence of self, context, and school on the success of African American students in three highly selective independent schools
You Better Recognize!: The Arts as Social Justice for African American Students
Social justice is a complex theory and practice that includes the equitable redistribution of resources and the recognition of culture. This is a report about the Tubman Theater Project, a culturally…
Effects of a Community-Engaged Teacher Preparation Program on the Culturally Relevant Teaching Self-efficacy of Preservice Teachers
Abstract:The purpose of this study was to investigate the impact of a 16-week program of community-engaged teacher preparation on preservice teachers’ perceived efficacy in enacting culturally…
Doing it for Culturally Responsive School Leadership: Utilizing Reflexivity from Preparation to Practice
To collectively engage future administrators in reforming culturally responsive practices that have been traditionally understood from socially just approaches, principal preparation programs must…
Training pre-service teachers to better serve LGBTQ high school students
- EducationJournal of education for teaching : international research and pedagogy
Overall, service-based learning may better prepare pre-service teachers to serve LGBTQ high school students.
A Comparative Study on the Curriculum in the Community-Based Chinese Heritage Language (CHL) Schools and Dual Language Immersion (DLI) Program
- Sociology, EducationHandbook of Research on Assessment Practices and Pedagogical Models for Immigrant Students
This chapter compares and contrasts the curriculum, pedagogy, instructional materials, and extracurricular activities in a community-based CHL school and a Chinese-English DLI program in a southeast…
Curriculum, Assessment and Pedagogy: How These Dimensions are Enriching Visual Arts Education for Ethnically Diverse Students in New Zealand Secondary Schools
- Education, SociologyJournal of Education and Culture Studies
This article reports on findings from two complementary research projects conducted in Auckland, New Zealand’s largest city. Both projects were motivated by changing demographic statistics from a…
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