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Improving Classroom Practice Through Culturally-Inclusive Classroom Management By Maxine Newsome
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This, the first of the three classroom practice volumes, builds on Vol I to develop the ability of beginning and experienced teachers in all grade levels and instructional settings to demonstrate... More > cultural and managerial competence and create effective culturally-inclusive classrooms. In the four Vol II modules, readers learn how to structure and manage a culturally-inclusive classroom. In Module One, they learn how to set forth the core principles to govern daily classroom interactions. Module Two shows step-by-step how to set up and induct students into the classroom, and teach them the procedures necessary to work together. Ways to orchestrate the classroom with style, sensitivity and caring are described in Module Three. Various ways to prevent and address student misbehavior are covered in Module Four. The volume stresses that this level of cultural competence is needed to manage all classrooms and to assure fairness and due process in applying penalties for misbehavior, irrespective of clientele.< Less
Colorism in the Classroom By Shelli Rodgers
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Thesis written by Shelli Rodgers. MFA 2016, Maine College of Art
Colorism in the Classroom By Shelli Rodgers
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Thesis written by Shelli Rodgers, MFA 2016, Maine College of Art
Colorism In The Classroom By Shelli Rodgers
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Thesis written by Shelli Rodgers. Maine College of Art, 2016.
Cultivating a Classroom Culture that Values Beautiful Work By Kristen Bechtel
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Coverage, coverage, coverage. In an attempt to make sure that my students were prepared for the state standards test and up to pace with district scope and sequence my classroom had taken on the... More > feel of a factory. While I could boast that my students wrote up to twelve essays in the six months leading up to the state writing test, it was clear that many did not internalize the standards or craft meaningful work. They were simply going through the motions. How could I change this tempo and cultivate a classroom culture that values beautiful work? Beautiful work being work that is top quality, meaningful, and has a lasting impact on its creator and audience. My research examines what happens when I use peer collaboration, relevant curriculum, critique and celebration of student work to foster a culture that values beautiful work.< Less
Cultivating a Classroom Culture that Values Beautiful Work By Kristen Bechtel
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Coverage, coverage, coverage. In an attempt to make sure that my students were prepared for the state standards test and up to pace with district scope and sequence my classroom had taken on the... More > feel of a factory. While I could boast that my students wrote up to twelve essays in the six months leading up to the state writing test, it was clear that many did not internalize the standards or craft meaningful work. They were simply going through the motions. How could I change this tempo and cultivate a classroom culture that values beautiful work? Beautiful work being work that is top quality, meaningful, and has a lasting impact on its creator and audience. My research examines what happens when I use peer collaboration, relevant curriculum, critique and celebration of student work to foster a culture that values beautiful work.< Less
The Cultural Context of Classroom Practice in American Schools By Maxine Newsome
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Volume I of the four-volume series provides the cultural context for improving classroom practice to build cross-cultural understanding and promote excellence in student learning. Module One... More > explains why classroom practice to build cross-cultural understanding is needed. Readers learn, in Module Two, how American schools and classrooms came to be as they are. Related to Modules One and Two is the perspective to be gained in Module Three where readers are able to examine schools and classrooms through the lens of critical pedagogy. After studying the three modules in Volume I, readers are sure to be motivated to alter typical classroom practices and apply culturally-compatible practices to embrace all students. Readers of Volume I gain new knowledge, deeper insights, an openness to questioning existing school practices, and a rationale for the methods in the three classroom practice volumes.< Less
Improving Classroom Practice Through Culturally-Transformative Teaching By Maxine Newsome
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Volume IV builds on the cultural context developed in Volume I to develop the ability of both beginning and experienced teachers in all grade levels and instructional settings to demonstrate cultural... More > and pedagogical competence in teaching culturally-transformative lessons. Readers of this volume obtain a comprehensive example of culturally-transformative teaching as a unique process which helps teachers get better and better at designing and conducting lessons to expand dominant-culture material. Part One provides insights into the concept, associated competencies, and a process for teaching culturally-transformative lessons. Part two presents a model for teaching culturally-transformative lessons. In Part Three the lesson framework and principles of the teaching model form the basis for a growth-oriented university, school, or district-wide teacher development and evaluation system.< Less
Improving Classroom Practice Through a Culturally-Centered Education Program By Maxine Newsome
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Volume III builds on the cultural context developed in Volume I to enable beginning and experienced teachers in all grade levels and instructional settings to create effective culturally-centered... More > educational experiences for students by broadening the curriculum of typical American classrooms to embrace multiple cultures and points of view. Module One explains how to design and implement a culturally-centered education program and Module Two shows how to use the education program as the centerpiece upon which to build connections with families. From this volume of the series, readers learn how to help all students achieve their full potentials. Through day-to-day classroom practice in both the regular and hidden curriculum and by joining forces with parents and the community they learn to employ practices which broaden students’ understanding of the world and its peoples.< Less
It happened in my classroom By Joel Glazer
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Tales of how a NJ high school teacher used candor and creativity to prompt students to grapple with race, cultural values, and other vexing issues of our era.