Becoming a Multicultural Educator: Developing Awareness, Gaining Skills, and Taking Action (Paperback)
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Becoming a Multicultural Educator: Developing Awareness, Gaining Skills, and Taking Action (Paperback)

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Paperback 432 Pages / Published: 05/03/2013
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Becoming a Multicultural Educator is a core textbook for use by pre-service and in-service PK-12 educators in courses on multicultural education / diversity. The text addresses how teachers can incorporate the knowledge they gain about other cultures into their classroom practice.

In meeting the need of training teachers better in how to work with a diverse population, this text offers both solid theory and a very user-friendly practice component that focuses on showing teachers how to apply that theory effectively in the classroom. The book begins by focusing on essential questions and theoretical concepts about multicultural education, then leads readers through experiences to heighten their own cultural awareness, knowledge base, and skills set, and concludes with demonstrating how teachers can apply the concepts in classroom and schoolwide settings.

Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc
ISBN: 9781412998055
Number of pages: 432
Weight: 771 g
Dimensions: 254 x 203 x 18 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
"I think the organization of the content and related topics is strong. I also think the varied pedagogical features component has the potential to engage students in a manner not generally found in texts of this nature." -- Jose Cintron
"I would definitely consider adopting this textbook in my class because of the pedagogical features such as, vignettes, profiles in multicultural education, case studies, and activities and assignments. The chapters are well chosen. Each chapter opens the window to the cocncepts that are carefully and meaningfully covered throughout the textbook." -- Sagini Keengwe
"I was very impressed by this text. The author did an excellent job in making the information releveant and understandable to a student." -- Jamie Berry
"I believe this text would be a valuable resource for Education professors teaching diversity courses as part of teacher preparation programs. The activities, exercises, journaling, applications, etc. are awesome!" -- Sherry Green
"I am so pleased with the chapter topics. They cover all of the information I currently cover and more in a very sequential and organized manner. I like the assessments, activities, and opportunities for journaling provided with each chapter. The profiles are an asset to the book, as well. They give students and instructors a good look at individuals in the field that are making significant contributions. Students and instructors may follow up on these individuals to learn more about their work and get additional ideas, strategies, and relevant information." -- Jamia Thomas Richmond
"It is a great resource for teacher educators and pre-service teachers. The concepts are well explained and at a level that undergraduate students can understand. Hopefully it will guide them in their educational pilgrimage in becoming effective multiculturalist educators." -- Carmen Sanjurjo
"I liked the writing style and the approach the text took to the topic. I also liked the practical application of text. Case studies, activities, lesson plans, and journaling were an added bonus to accompany the text." -- Schrika Shell
"I am very likely to adopt this text. I found it very easy to read and wanted to read more. Love it compared to the text I'm currently using." -- Alaric Williams

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