Learning to Teach for Social Justice

ISBN-10: 0807742082

ISBN-13: 9780807742082

Edition: 2002

Authors: Linda Darling-Hammond, Jennifer French, Silvia Paloma Garcia-Lopez

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List price: $24.95
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Teachers College Press, Teachers College, Columbia University
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 240
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.748
Language: English

Series Foreword
Preface: We Wish We Could Teach Like Our Eyes Can See
Learning to Teach for Social Justice
What Is Diversity?
What Is Diversity?
Acknowledging Diversity in the Classroom
Swimming Against the Mainstream: Examining Cultural Assumptions in the Classroom
From the Margins to the Center: Reconstructing the Canon in Social Studies Curriculum
Does Who We Are Influence How We Teach?
Survey Says ...: Can White Teachers Effectively Teach Students of Color?
Finding Myself in My Students: A Step Toward Transforming Social Dynamics in the Classroom
Idealism Meets Reality
The Big Lesson
Watching Words and Managing Multiple Identities
Whose Rally Comes First?
Who Are Our Students and What Do They Need?
Depending on Success
"I Ain't Doin' That": Why "Doing Good in School" Can Be So Hard
Navigating a New World: The Development of an Immigrant Student in an American Middle School
Drop Out or Push Out? Succeeding in Spite of the System
Beyond Cultural Relevance
What Is the Problem and What Can We Do About It?
Finding the Right Track
To Track or Not to Track: That It Still a Question
Unity and Division: Working Through the Issues of Equity in School Reform
Checking In: Bridging Differences by Building Community
Wanted: Teachers with Conciencia
Educating a Profession for Equitable Practice
About the Editors and Contributors
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