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Overview

Are you prepared to teach in today™s diverse classrooms? The Seventh Edition of this well-respected text now emphasizes self-reflection and provides real classroom video to help you relate to, understand, and celebrate the seven cultures, or micro-cultures, that you may encounter in your own future classrooms, including: class, ethnicity and race, gender, exceptionality, religion, language, and age.

 

SELF-REFLECTION OPPORTUNITIES

 

  • NEW! Opportunity for Reflection Margin Note indicates questions located within the narrative that encourage you to stop and think critically about chapter content, connect it to your own past experiences or the experiences of others around you, and then consider what you might do if you were the teacher.
  • Critical Incidents featureprovides you with an opportunity to examine your feelings, attitudes, and possible actions or reactions to each real-life or hypothetical school or classroom scenario.
  • Pause to Reflectfeature includes questions and activities to promote self-awareness and ownership of your past experiences and how they can influence current and future teaching practice in a diverse classroom.
 

APPLICATION OPPORTUNITIES
  • NEW! Portfolio Activities are linked to INTASC standards and locatedat the end of every chapter. These activities encourage you to begin to think reflectively and begin to construct professionalportfolio entries.
  • NEW! Focus Your Lens: Debate feature presents a controversial school issue with for and against statements for your consideration.
 

SEEING DIVERISTY IN ACTION ·   NEW! Explore Diversity feature directs you to the interactive Exploring Diversity: A Video Case Approach CD-ROM and accompanying activity guide that provide examples of culturally responsive teaching related to chapter content. o   Introduces you to what a culturally responsive classroom looks like, how to plan, teach, and foster a culturally responsive classroom while preparing you to meet the culturally responsive teaching requirements of the INTASC standards. ·   ABC News Video Insights and DVD includes 5 new videos for a total of 18. o   Introduces you to real life issues that exist in schools today, and provides a synopsis of the accompanying video segment, along with thought-provoking questions that challenge you to consider the real-life experiences presented.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780131555181
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall
  • Publication date: 6/21/2005
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 7
  • Pages: 432
  • Product dimensions: 8.15 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Brief Table of Contents

 

Chapter 1   Foundations of multicultural Education

 

Chapter 2   Class

 

Chapter 3   Ethnicity and Race

 

Chapter 4   Gender

 

Chapter 5   Exceptionality

 

Chapter 6   Religion

 

Chapter 7   Language

 

Chapter 8   Age

 

Chapter 9    Education that is Multicultural

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  • Posted February 1, 2009

    Diversity in the Curriculum

    The book Multicultural Education in a Pluralistic Society is designed to introduce future teachers to diversity issues and Multicultural education. The authors have selected key important issues that teachers need to understand in order to be effective in the increasingly diverse environment of public schools in America. The book is appropriate as a textbook for preparing new teachers and certainly gives an overview of the variety of aspects and many of the challenges that entry level teachers will face in the K-12 public school classrooms. The fact that one of the authors, Donna M. Gollnick, is a nationally recognized expert in teacher education preparation gives the book further credibility. Given the broad number of topics and issues covered by the authors, several areas lack depth. The discussion on Dominant Culture and on Privilege is presented abruptly without important historical facts; and can be misinterpreted by some readers. The chapter on Exceptionality is the weakest in the 7th edition of the book. Although it was published in 2006, it does not include important updates of IDEA 2004. The research supporting the section on Disproportionate Placements in Special Education is not supported with current research and current statistical data which is available. Overall, this textbook is a valuable instructional resource for an overview of diversity and multicultural issues.

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