• Psychology
  • Published 1993

Cross-Cultural Experiential Learning for Teacher Trainees.

@inproceedings{Young1993CrossCulturalEL,
  title={Cross-Cultural Experiential Learning for Teacher Trainees.},
  author={Russell Young},
  year={1993}
}
society for the past three decades. This increased awareness has been spurred on for many reasons. First, the civil rights movements and similar "minority" movements promoting gender, sexual orientation, and disabled rights have brought such equity issues to the forefront. Second, the United States is becoming more diverse racially and linguistically. The school-age population rise of non-whites, particularly Latinos and Asian-Americans, is much fasterthan for white students (Cortes, 1986… CONTINUE READING