3 edition of Professional development for culturally responsive and relationship-based pedagogy found in the catalog.
Professional development for culturally responsive and relationship-based pedagogy
Christine E. Sleeter
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Christine Sleeter|
|Series||Black studies and critical thinking -- v. 24|
|LC Classifications||LC1099 .P754 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781433114700, 9781433114717, 9781453902066|
|LC Control Number||2011033355|
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Description. Many leaders grapple with how to use evidence-based, culturally responsive pedagogical strategies to teach and inspire diverse learners. In the Culturally Responsive Pedagogy (CRP) in STEM Virtual Summit, K12 educators will be ion.
Culturally responsive teaching, also called culturally relevant teaching, is a pedagogy that recognizes the importance of including students’ cultural references in all aspects of learning. Traditional teaching strategies emphasize the teacher-student dynamic: The teacher is the expert and adheres strictly to the curriculum that supports Asking these questions while using culturally responsive materials can help you foster critical conversations with learners about gender roles and expression, ethnic differences, and different forms of bias that occur in society.
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Interdisciplinary research foci include the disproportionate representation of culturally and linguistically diverse students in special education, comprehension strategy instruction for culturally and linguistically diverse students, and enhancing the sustainability of culturally responsive and evidence-based practices through professional tions between culturally responsive pedagogy and student outcomes; 2.
There is a need to educate parents, teachers, and education leaders about what culturally responsive pedagogy means and looks like in the classroom; 3. There is a need to reframe public debate about teaching, especially teach-ing in diverse and historically underserved 7 - The Theory and.Spread the loveThe growing popularity of culturally responsive instruction is slowly causing traditional trends to be reversed, with the onus to adapt to the demands of the multicultural classroom being increasingly placed on the teacher.
Given the wealth of diversity in our nation’s public schools, it is no wonder that instructional theory is advocating a shift toward a pedagogy that