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Multicultural education 04/05

Author: Fred Schultz
Publisher: Maidenhead : McGraw-Hill Education, 2004.
Series: Annual editions.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The readings for this eleventh volume offer samples from the most recent journal literature.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Fred Schultz
ISBN: 0072874376 9780072874372
OCLC Number: 53871833
Description: 1 volume.
Contents: Unit 1. The social contexts of multicultural education. Captured images --
Five things you should know about poverty around the world --
Five things you should know about poverty in the United States --
Unity despite differences --
When I was young --
Beyond brown: The new wave of desegregation litigation. Unit 2. Teacher education in multicultural perspective. Program ownership and the "Transformation Agenda" in colleges of education: teachers of teachers working towards a more equitable society --
The multiple meanings of multicultural teacher education: a conceptual framework --
Toward teaching and learning about pluralism: out missteps and next steps --
Textbook publishers do back flips to avoid offense --
Keeping good teachers: why it matters, what leaders can do --
Challenges in multicultural teacher education. Unit 3. Multicultural education as an academic discipline. Dewey, Freire and a pedagogy for the oppressor --
Knowledge construction awareness --
Learning & living difference that makes a difference --
Class, cultism, & multiculturalism. Unit 4. Identity and personal development. How real is race? Using anthropology to make sense of human diversity --
The development of identity and pride in the Indian child --
Selecting children's picture books with positive Native American fathers and father figures --
Beyond guilt: how to deal with societal racism --
I, too, and an American: preservice teachers reflect upon national identity. Unit 5. Curriculum and Instruction in multicultural perspective. Civic virtue in the schools --
Idea exchange --
Angela: a pedagogical story and conversation --
Creating artwork in response to issues of social justice: a critical multicultural pedagogy --
Educating Latino students --
Reading "The Star Fisher": toward critical sociological interpretations of immigrant literature --
Revenge of the mutant cockroach: culturally adapted storytelling in the treatment of a low-income African American boy. Unit 6. Special topics in multicultural education. Open house --
Vamanos --
Something is wrong here --
Moving beyond storybooks: teaching our children to read to learn --
Unit 7. For vision and voice: a call to conscience. New Americans fresh of the presses --
Education for tomorrow needs innovation today --
From melting pot to centrifuge: immigrants and American politics --
Demography, diversity and democracy: the 2000 census story --
George Lucas: Bringing "the force" to education.
Series Title: Annual editions.
Responsibility: edited by Fred Schultz.

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