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What Makes Anti-Racist Pedagogy in Teacher Education Difficult? Three Popular Ideological Assumptions

@inproceedings{Denis2003WhatMA,
  title={What Makes Anti-Racist Pedagogy in Teacher Education Difficult? Three Popular Ideological Assumptions},
  author={Verna St. Denis and Carol Schick},
  year={2003}
}
  • Verna St. Denis, Carol Schick
  • Published 2003
  • Sociology
  • This article arises from the teaching observations and struggles of two anti-racist educators who co-developed and taught a required cross-cultural education course for predominantly white-identified preservice teachers in a Canadian prairie context. The article identifies three common ideological assumptions about the production of inequality frequently held by these students: race does not matter; everyone has equal opportunity; and through individual acts and good intentions one can secure… CONTINUE READING

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