Scholarship of Multicultural Teaching and Learning New Directions for Teaching and Learning, Number 111

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2007-09-28
  • Publisher: Jossey-Bass

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This volume will appeal to new and experienced practitioners of multicultural teaching. It offers documented illustrations of how such teaching is designed, carried out, and applied effectively in a variety of higher education contexts and in a wide range of disciplines representing the humanities, the social sciences, engineering, mathematics, and the arts.Because effective approaches to multicultural teaching and learning are still being developed in institutions across the United States and around the world, it is essential to study and document promising practices. It is only through rigorous research and comparative studies that we can be assured that the significant investments many institutions are making in multicultural education will work effective toward the development of individual student and faculty skills and the overall betterment of society. This volume provides the valuable results of such research as well as models for the types of research that others could carry out in this area.This is the 111th issue of the Jossey Bass quarterly report series New Directions for Teaching and Learning.

Table of Contents

Editors' Notesp. 1
The History and Impact of State Initiatives to Eliminate Affirmative Actionp. 3
Faculty Members' Social Identities and Classroom Authorityp. 11
Interactive Theater and Self-Efficacyp. 21
Multicultural Teaching and Learning Resources for Preparing Future Faculty in Teaching in Higher Education Coursesp. 27
Intergroup Dialogue: A Critical-Dialogic Approach to Learning About Difference, Inequality, and Social Justice
Acts of Diversity: Assessing the Impact of Service-Learningp. 47
New Learning and Teaching from Where You've Been: The Global Intercultural Experience for Undergraduatesp. 55
Diversity and Retention in Engineeringp. 63
Singing Down the Barriers: Encouraging Singers of All Racial Backgrounds to Perform Music by African American Composersp. 73
Diversity Education and Identity Development in an Information Technology Coursep. 81
Simulations and the Dynamics of Racial and Gender Gaps in Civic Competencep. 89
Infusing Mathematics with Culture: Teaching Technical Subjects for Social Justicep. 97
Indexp. 107
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