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Reaching and teaching diverse populations : strategies for moving beyond stereotypes /

by Buckelew, Mary; Fishman, Andrea.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Thousand Oaks, Calif. : SAGE, c2011Description: 156 p. ; 28 cm.ISBN: 9781412977364 (pbk.).Subject(s): Multicultural education -- United States | Educational equalization -- United States | Academic achievement -- United States | Minorities -- Education -- United States
Contents:
Individual identity and self-awareness -- My life as a -- -- I come from -- -- My name -- Metaphorical me: the grab bag -- Professional identity collage -- Zen cards -- Reading worlds into words -- Stories that cling -- Ways of seeing : beyond stereotyping -- Willingness to be disturbed -- Award acceptance/toast : future selves, present goals -- Multicultural awareness and intercultural interaction -- Shared language and guidelines: creating a classroom culture of respect -- Just because -- A-list/B-list : getting beyond stereotypes -- Talking back : found and two-voice poems -- Finding ways in : translating others' experiences -- Traditional American axioms : yours, mine, or ours? -- Processing white privilege and examining racism -- Gendered language: unpacking common parlance -- Code switching : language, dress, and behavior -- Being and becoming : bullies and divas and martyrs, oh my! -- Campus culture walk -- Introduction to classroom inquiry -- Multi-genre inquiry project : sharing the process and results of inquiry -- Double-entry inquiry notebook : from seeing to meaning -- Asking and developing the overarching inquiry question : finding a focus -- Writing a rationale for your overarching question -- Developing frequently asked questions (faqs) -- Interviews : designing questions, analyzing answers, making connections -- Perspective taking in the ecosystem classroom : the yin and yang of resilience -- What they think they're doing : withholding judgment of others in order to understand -- A-list/b-list : getting beyond stereotypes in the field -- Processing classroom inquiry -- Analyzing pedagogy for the classroom ecosystem -- Popcorn (a.k.a. quaker) reading -- Literature circles -- Save the last word for me -- Rubric protocol -- Graffiti wall -- Culturally responsive curriculum -- Your turn : lesson planning -- Your turn : collaborative unit planning.
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Individual identity and self-awareness -- My life as a -- -- I come from -- -- My name -- Metaphorical me: the grab bag -- Professional identity collage -- Zen cards -- Reading worlds into words -- Stories that cling -- Ways of seeing : beyond stereotyping -- Willingness to be disturbed -- Award acceptance/toast : future selves, present goals -- Multicultural awareness and intercultural interaction -- Shared language and guidelines: creating a classroom culture of respect -- Just because -- A-list/B-list : getting beyond stereotypes -- Talking back : found and two-voice poems -- Finding ways in : translating others' experiences -- Traditional American axioms : yours, mine, or ours? -- Processing white privilege and examining racism -- Gendered language: unpacking common parlance -- Code switching : language, dress, and behavior -- Being and becoming : bullies and divas and martyrs, oh my! -- Campus culture walk -- Introduction to classroom inquiry -- Multi-genre inquiry project : sharing the process and results of inquiry -- Double-entry inquiry notebook : from seeing to meaning -- Asking and developing the overarching inquiry question : finding a focus -- Writing a rationale for your overarching question -- Developing frequently asked questions (faqs) -- Interviews : designing questions, analyzing answers, making connections -- Perspective taking in the ecosystem classroom : the yin and yang of resilience -- What they think they're doing : withholding judgment of others in order to understand -- A-list/b-list : getting beyond stereotypes in the field -- Processing classroom inquiry -- Analyzing pedagogy for the classroom ecosystem -- Popcorn (a.k.a. quaker) reading -- Literature circles -- Save the last word for me -- Rubric protocol -- Graffiti wall -- Culturally responsive curriculum -- Your turn : lesson planning -- Your turn : collaborative unit planning.

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