Hacking Culturally Inclusive Teaching: 8 anti-racist lessons that help teachers and leaders improve equity in education

Hacking Culturally Inclusive Teaching: 8 anti-racist lessons that help teachers and leaders improve equity in education

by Kendra Nalubega-Booker
Hacking Culturally Inclusive Teaching: 8 anti-racist lessons that help teachers and leaders improve equity in education

Hacking Culturally Inclusive Teaching: 8 anti-racist lessons that help teachers and leaders improve equity in education

by Kendra Nalubega-Booker

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Overview

Integrate student culture and language to create rich learning experiences for all

Culturally and linguistically diverse students often lack representation and inclusion in the classroom, hindering their academic success. Yet when teachers integrate even subtle culturally sustaining practices, they help all students understand our global community and situate themselves within it.

Education leader Kendra Nalubega-Booker shows step-by-step strategies and best practices that educators can integrate to support and embrace every learner. When you shine a light on the rich languages and cultures of your students, you create equitable learning for all.

In Hacking Culturally Inclusive Learning, you'll discover how to:

● View students' languages and cultures as a learning resource

● Shift away from only using Standard English assessments

● Integrate culturally relevant and sustaining materials

● Connect learning to students' lived experiences

● Create an honest, authentic learning environment


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781956512304
Publisher: Times 10 Publications
Publication date: 04/11/2023
Series: Hack Learning
Pages: 236
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

As an Education Leadership Executive, Kendra Nalubega-Booker collaborates with K-12 and higher education leaders to bridge the technology gap and create equitable learning experiences for all students. She's completing a PhD through the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign's Department of Curriculum and Instruction. She focuses on evaluating policies and practices, especially examining Black literacies in the US educational system, emphasizing language and culture. She is a Diversifying Faculty in Higher Education (DFI) fellowship recipient.
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