What Every Teacher Should Know About Multicultural and Global Education

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2008-09-17
  • Publisher: Pearson

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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 Conceptsp. 1
Essential Multicultural and Global Understandingsp. 2
Defining Multicultural Educationp. 4
Defining Global Educationp. 8
Combining Multicultural and Global Educationp. 11
Combining the Major Concepts of Multicultural and Global Educationp. 12
Applying Multicultural and Global Education in the Classroomp. 23
Conclusionp. 31
Applying Multicultural and Global Concepts in the Classroomp. 33
The Teacherp. 34
The Studentsp. 36
The Environmentp. 39
The Curriculump. 40
The Instructionp. 42
The Assessmentp. 44
Applying Multicultural and Global Concepts beyond the Classroomp. 47
The Schoolp. 48
The Communityp. 50
Referencesp. 52
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