9780803956148

Teaching from a Multicultural Perspective

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  • ISBN13:

    9780803956148

  • ISBN10:

    0803956142

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1994-06-29
  • Publisher: Sage Publications

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Summary

The authors of this volume, all experienced teachers and administrators, outline how to teach in a multicultural environment. They suggest classroom strategies, curriculum reforms and assessment tools that work for all students.

Table of Contents

Introduction vii
Once You Accept, Then You Can Teach
1(16)
Juan C. Gonzalez
What to Say to Our Colleagues
4(3)
Acceptance of Individuals
7(1)
Behavior That Denotes Respect
8(2)
Dialogue Regarding Goals
10(1)
Creating a Community
11(3)
Be a Mentor
14(1)
Express Belief in Students
15(2)
Diversity and Change on Campus
17(11)
Helen Roberts
Getting Reaquainted With Ourselves
18(2)
The Myth of the ``Typical'' College Student
20(1)
Access and Success
21(1)
Setting the Stage for Success in Your Department
22(3)
You Are Not Alone: Developing a List of Campus Resources
25(3)
Teaching All Students Equally
28(18)
Ray Lou
Three Prerequisites to Teaching All Students Equally: Attitude, Perspective, and Knowledge
33(2)
Teaching All Students Equally
35(6)
Customer Satisfaction, A Systematic and Incremental Approach
41(5)
Including Multicultural Content and Perspectives in Your Courses
46(14)
Otis L. Scott
Approaches to Curriculum Revision
48(1)
The Additive Approach to Curriculum Change
49(2)
The Integrative Approach to Curriculum Change
51(1)
Steps Toward Curriculum Integration
52(1)
Faculty Resources
53(1)
Using Multicultural Resource Materials
54(2)
A Curriculum Model: Beyond the Canon
56(1)
The Rewards of Our Labor
57(3)
Languages and Cultures in the Classroom
60(17)
Ann M. Johns
Needs Assessment and Ongoing Class Evaluation
61(4)
Group Work
65(2)
Writing-to-Learn
67(1)
Modeling
67(3)
Portfolio Assessment
70(2)
Increasing Student Involvement and Investment
72(5)
Equity in Classroom Assessment
77(14)
Olita D. Harris
Collaborative Learning and Structured Peer Feedback
80(1)
Daily Learning Logs
81(3)
Round-Robin Role-Play for Operationalizing Concepts
84(1)
Learning File
85(1)
Minicapstone Experiences
86(2)
Portfolios
88(1)
Bringing It Together
88(3)
On Becoming a Mensch or a Mentor
91(10)
Delores J. Huff
The Traditional-Age Minority Student
94(2)
The Older Nontraditional Student
96(5)
Appendix: A Student Profile Questionnaire 101(9)
About the Authors 110

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