Light in Their Eyes: Creating Multicultural Learning Communities / Edition 1

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Overview

Sonia Nieto makes student learning the primary objective of multicultural education. Nieto draws on a host of research in learning styles, multiple intelligences, and cognitive theories to portray the way students learn. She then takes us beyond individual learners to discuss the social context of learning, educational equity, the influence of culture on learning, and critical pedagogy. Centering on multicultural education as a transformative process, the text includes many reflections of teachers who have undergone this process and whose experiences will be invaluable to other teachers.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780807737828
  • Publisher: Teachers College Press
  • Publication date: 5/28/1999
  • Series: Multicultural Education Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1
  • Product dimensions: 6.16 (w) x 8.95 (h) x 0.69 (d)

Table of Contents

Series Foreword
Acknowledgments
Introduction
1 Learning, the Social Context, and Multicultural Education 1
2 Learning and Inequality 19
Reaction to "Ethnic Notions," 22
What Difference Does Difference Make? 33
Pressures to Conform 34
3 Culture and Learning 47
4 Who Does the Accommodating? Institutional Transformation to Promote Learning 72
Start from Where Kids Are At 75
My Journey 79
Morning Questions 81
Pedagogical Strategies as Magical Cures 83
Being Nice Is Not Enough 85
Perceptions of the Bilingual Program 87
Social Class, Language, and Learning 90
Connecting with Students 98
Teaching as Love 100
5 Critical Pedagogy, Empowerment, and Learning 103
Leaving My World Outside 110
Letter to Ms. Curry 111
Looking from the Edge 113
A Boost of Adrenaline 114
Differences Matter 114
Reaction to the Article 122
A Letter from Kaeli 125
6 The Personal and Collective Transformation of Teachers 130
The Discomfort of My Identity 133
The Privilege of Speaking, Reading, and Writing the English Language 134
A Kid from Jersey: White Privilege and "a Little Too Ethnic," 136
On Becoming a White Ally 139
Enriching Differences 140
Being on the Winning Team 141
Cultural Knowledge and Culturally Responsive Pedagogy 144
Mi semestre de espanol: A Case Study on the Cultural Dimension of Second-Language Acquisition 146
Being Black and Multicultural 155
Racism 158
Why I Went Back to School 160
7 Creating Learning Communities: Implications for Multicultural Education 162
References 177
Index 195
About the Author 207
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