White Teachers - Diverse Classrooms Creating Inclusive Schools, Building on Students' Diversity, and Providing True Educational Equity

ISBN-10: 1579225969

ISBN-13: 9781579225964

Edition: 2nd 2010

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Book details

List price: $33.50
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Stylus Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 4/22/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 384
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.342
Language: English

Julie Landsman is a teacher & writer in Minneapolis. She has traveled around the country talking to groups of teachers & administrators interested in working in positive ways with students who fail in traditional classrooms. Landsman is the recipient of numerous writing awards, including a Minnesota State Arts Board grant. She is co-editor with David Haynes of "Welcome to Your Life: An Anthology of Contemporary Writing for Young Adults", which was named as a "New York Public Library's Best Books for Young People 2000," & the author of "Basic Needs: A Year with Street Kids in a City School".

Chance W. Lewis is the Houston Endowment Inc., Endowed Chair and Associate Professor of Urban Education and the Co-Director of the urban education graduate program in the College of Education at Texas A&M University. Additionally, Dr. Lewis is the Co-Director of the Center for Urban School Partnerships at Texas A&M University. Dr. Lewis also serves as the Deputy Director for the Center of African American Research and Policy (CAARP) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. During his career, Dr. Lewis has over 100 publications include over 50 refereed journal articles in some of the leading academic journals in the field of urban education and teacher education. Additionally, he has received over $4 million in external research funds to support his research. To date, Dr. Lewis has author/co-authored/co-edited 4 books: White Teachers/Diverse Classrooms: A Guide for Building Inclusive Schools, Eliminating Racism and Promoting High Expectations (Stylus, 2006), The Dilemmas of Being an African American Male in the New Millennium: Solutions for Life Transformation; An Educator's Guide to Working with African American Students: Strategies for Promoting Academic Success (Infinity, 2008); and Transforming Teacher Education: What Went Wrong with Teacher Training and How We Can Fix It (Stylus, 2010). Finally, Dr. Lewis has provided consultative services (i.e., professional development and research services) to over 100 school districts and universities across the United States and Canada. Dr. Lewis can be reached by e-mail at chance.lewis@tamu.edu or via his website at http://www.chancewlewis.com

Introduction: A Call to Action and Self-Reflection for White Teachers in Diverse Classrooms
Foundations of Our Work: Recognizing Power, Privilege, and Perspectives
Being White: Invisible Privileges of a New England Prep School Girl
Questions
Reflections on Education: A Two-Way Journey
Questions
Culturally Relevant Teachers: Foundations and Personal Engagement
�Yes, But How Do We Do It?�: Practicing Culturally Relevant Pedagogy
Questions
The Empty Desk in the Third Row
Experiences of an African American Male Teacher
Questions
But Good Intentions are Not Enough: Doing What's Necessary to Teach for Diversity
Questions
The Unintentional Undermining of Multicultural Education: Educators at the Equity Crossroads
Questions
White Women's Work: On the Front Lines of Urban Education
Questions
When Truth and Joy are at Stake: Challenging the Status Quo in the High School English Class
Questions
Color Blindness, Unconscious Bias, and Student Achievement in Suburban Schools
Questions
Tips for School Principals and Teachers: Helping Black Students Achieve
Questions
How Can Service-Learning Increase the Academic Achievement of Urban African American Students?
Questions
Knowing Who is in the Classroom: How White Teachers Can Ensure All Children Achieve
What Are You? Are You Indian? Are You Chinese?: The Lifelong Journey of an Adopted Latina
Questions
Daring to Teach: Challenging the Western Narrative of American Indians in the Classroom
Questions
Educating Black Males: Interview With Professor Emeritus Joseph White, Ph.D., Author of Black Man Emerging
Questions
Black/African American Families: Coming of Age in Predominately White Communities
Questions
Understanding Korean American Students: Facts, Not Myth
Questions
Low Expectations are the Worst form of Racism
Questions
How Educators Can Support the High Expectations for Education That Exist in the Latino Family and Student Community
Questions
I Don't Understand Why My African American Students are Not Achieving: An Exploration of the Connection Among Personal Power, Teacher Perceptions, and the Academic Engagement of African American Students
Questions
African American Male Student-Athletes and White Teachers' Classroom Interactions
Implications for Teachers, Coaches, Counselors, and Administrators
Questions
Creating Classrooms for Equity, Activism, and Social Justice
Educators Supporting Dreamers: Becoming an Undocumented Student Ally
Questions
Preparing Teachers to Develop Inclusive Communities
Questions
Culturally Responsive School-Community Partnerships: Strategy for Success
Questions
About the Editors
About the Authors
Index
Poems
Becoming Joey
Walking Down the Corridor is Being in Another Country
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