Preparing for Culturally Responsive Teaching

  title={Preparing for Culturally Responsive Teaching},
  author={Geneva Gay},
  journal={Journal of Teacher Education},
  pages={106 - 116}
  • G. Gay
  • Published 2002
  • Journal of Teacher Education
In this article, a case is made for improving the school success of ethnically diverse students through culturally responsive teaching and for preparing teachers in preservice education programs with the knowledge, attitudes, and skills needed to do this. The ideas presented here are brief sketches of more thorough explanations included in my recent book, Culturally Responsive Teaching: Theory, Research, and Practice (2000). The specific components of this approach to teaching are based on… Expand
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