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An introduction to the essential concepts of multicultural and global education. Describes practical application of multicultural and global concepts and how they can be combined into a cohesive and effective philosophy of education using six major principles: diversity, human rights, multiple perspectives, interconnectedness and interdependence, co-responsibility, and global society. For pre-service and practicing teachers in graddes K-12.
Table of Contents
|Understanding Essential Multicultural and Global Concepts||p. 1|
|Essential Multicultural and Global Understandings||p. 2|
|Defining Multicultural Education||p. 4|
|Defining Global Education||p. 8|
|Combining Multicultural and Global Education||p. 11|
|Combining the Major Concepts of Multicultural and Global Education||p. 12|
|Applying Multicultural and Global Education in the Classroom||p. 23|
|Applying Multicultural and Global Concepts in the Classroom||p. 33|
|The Teacher||p. 34|
|The Students||p. 36|
|The Environment||p. 39|
|The Curriculum||p. 40|
|The Instruction||p. 42|
|The Assessment||p. 44|
|Applying Multicultural and Global Concepts beyond the Classroom||p. 47|
|The School||p. 48|
|The Community||p. 50|
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