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Casebook for Exploring Diversity in K-12 Classrooms

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ISBN-10: 0137458789

ISBN-13: 9780137458783

Edition: 1999

Authors: George Redman

List price: $26.00
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Designed as a supplemental text for foundations, multicultural education, and general methods courses. This book contains concise, focused cases about genuine classroom situations regarding issues of diversity/multiculturalism which immediately engage students and allow greater flexibility for instructors. The book can be used in two ways: 1) to create in students a need to know about definitions of concepts, research, promising practice, and theory, and 2) to extend thinking about basic concepts. The approach of the text is consistent with the trend toward constructivism in teacher education; a trend in which teachers are invited to become active inquirers in their work in schools.
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Book details

List price: $26.00
Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 6/3/1998
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 164
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.638
Language: English

Socioeconomic Status
A New Student and a Lesson in Geography
Gangs and the Victims of Violence
How Should I Grade Danielle?
Rewarding Respectful Behavior
You'll Need Both Black Vernacular and Standard English
They Speak English and Spanish Well, but a Learning Disability Creates Problems in Reading and Writing
A Bilingual Teacher's Aid Assesses His New School
Let's All Make Up the Rules for Our Classroom
Other Cultures Celebrate Thanksgiving, Too
When Will I Ever Use This? Mathematics and Social Justice
Overlook the StereotypesIt's Art
Presidents of Mount Rushmore: Another Perspective
Native American Jewelry
I'm Glad Your Back
Students Right an Injustice
North American Folk Heroes
Culture and Learning Styles
Respect? Let's Talk About It
Reinforcing Specifically
Friday's Are Video Days
Developing Skills of Critical Analysis: Exposing the Myths of Films and Fairy Tales
Dwight, What Do You Think?
Affectional Orientation
Not in My GroupHe's Gay
In Islam, Homosexuality Is a Sin and a Crime
Isn't the Christmas Tree a Christian Symbol
My Persuasive Essay is: Why Should We Follow Jesus
Special Needs
We Only Meant it as a Joke
Structuring for Success in a Mainstreamed Classroom
Anthony, Please Don't Push: Designing an IEP
Parent and Community Involvement
It Takes a Village
College Students, Tutors, Field Research, and Professional Development
Technology and Multiculturalism
Computers and Culturally Diverse Learners
Inaccessibility of Web Sites to Blind Students
Creating Additional Context for the Cases
Banks's Approaches for the Integration of Multicultural Content