Multiethnic Cultural Perceptions and Attitudes of Teacher Education Students.

@inproceedings{Lampe1994MultiethnicCP,
  title={Multiethnic Cultural Perceptions and Attitudes of Teacher Education Students.},
  author={Judith R. Lampe},
  year={1994}
}
Many teacher educators share the concern that preservice teachers on predominantly white campuses are inadequately prepared to teach effectively in a culturally pluralistic society. This descriptive, exploratory study examined the experiences, observations, and reflections of 10 nontraditional, post-baccalaureate students seeking teacher certification and/or a teaching degree. Results are reported in narrative, case study form with excerpts from student writings. The intervention of a… CONTINUE READING

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