Teaching About Race Relations (RLE Edu J): Problems and Effects

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This is the report of two linked research projects: the SSRC Project on Problems and Effects of Teaching about Race Relations, and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Project on Teaching About Race Relations through Drama. Its aim is to help teachers who will face race as a theme, whether it arises in the normal course of their subject teaching or is introduced as a separate topic.

The project worked with three groups of teachers, each of which adopted a different approach, and ...

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Overview

This is the report of two linked research projects: the SSRC Project on Problems and Effects of Teaching about Race Relations, and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Project on Teaching About Race Relations through Drama. Its aim is to help teachers who will face race as a theme, whether it arises in the normal course of their subject teaching or is introduced as a separate topic.

The project worked with three groups of teachers, each of which adopted a different approach, and the results of the testing programme are given alongside a series of case studies of classroom teaching. The book includes a summary of the findings of the research, express as hypotheses and an account of the teacher-dissemination of the project’s work; it concludes with reflections by the director of the project and a participant teacher.

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1. Introduction. Lawrence Stenhouse. 2. The Teaching Strategies within This Project. Lawrence Stenhouse. 3. The Design and Logic of the Research Lawrence Stenhouse. 4. Sampling Lawrence Stenhouse, Gajendra K Verma and Robert D Wild. 5. Measurement Lawrence Stenhouse and Gajendra K Verma Technical Note on the Statistical Procedures Used to Estimate Significance of Difference Between Performance of Experimentals and Controls. 6. Results Throwing Light on the Background to the Teaching Lawrence Stenhouse and Gajendra K Verma. 7. The General Effects of Teaching on Inter-racial Attitudes Lawrence Stenhouse and Gajendra K Verma. 8. Education and Indoctrination Lawrence Stenhouse and Gajendra K Verma. 9. The School: Unit of Decision-Making Lawrence Stenhouse and Gajendra K Verma. 10. The Case Studies of Schools in Strategies A and B Lawrence Stenhouse and Robert D Wild. 11. Case Study 1: Strategy A Robert D Wild. 12. Case Study 2: Strategy A Robert D Wild. 13. Case Study 3: Strategy B Robert D Wild. 14. Case Study 4: Strategy B Robert D Wild. 15. Introduction to the Strategy C Case Studies Jon Nixon. 16. Case Study 5: Strategy C Jon Nixon. 16. Case Study 6: Strategy C Jon Nixon. 17. Case Study 6: Strategy C Jon Nixon. 18. Case Study 7: Strategy C Jon Nixon. 19. Case Study 8: Strategy C Jon Nixon. 20. Case Study 9: Strategy C Jon Nixon. 21. Case Study 10: Strategy A An Experimental School Revisited. Patricia J Sikes and David J S Sheard. 22. Pupil Reaction Lawrence Stenhouse and Robert D Wild. 23. A Researcher’s Speculations Lawrence Stenhouse. 24. A Teacher’s Reflections. Alison Berry and Robert D Wild. 25. Aftermath Jean Rudduck. Appendix. Bibliography.

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