Categories

Report: On...Transformed, Inclusive Schools: A Framework to Guide Fundamental Change in Urban Schools

pdf

Categories

INSTRUCTION, culturally responsive, LEADERSHIP, systemic change, REFORM, school improvement, EDUCATION, inclusive education

Areas

PRACTITIONER:group practice and professional learning, SCHOOL:culture of change and improvement

Authors

Diane L. Ferguson; Kozeski, Elizabeth B.; Smith, Anne; Equity Alliance at ASU

Published

2006, 10/24/2008

Publisher

National Institute for Urban School Improvement

Abstract

Multicultural education is not merely a set of skills and procedures learned at one point in time and applied over and over again. It is a process through which educators and other service providers learn to interpret and adapt to their personal encounters with one another. Through multicultural education, teachers and students become culturally responsive and competent, creating new pathways for communication and knowledge sharing (Liston & Zeichner, 1996).

Files

Log In | Privacy Policy | Contact Us