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This article examines some of the major issues and attributes of culturally responsive teaching. It begins with explaining the author's views of culturally responsive teaching and how she incorporates cultural responsiveness in her writing to teach readers what it means. The author also discusses of some specific actions essential to its implementation. Excerpts from samples of her own and others' scholarship are woven throughout to exemplify general patterns, themes, and principles of culturally responsive teaching.
Updated: Nov. 03, 2015
This discussion focuses on an aspect of teacher education for diversity. It is preservice teachers’ and teacher educators’ attitudes and beliefs about racial, cultural, and ethnic differences. Throughout this discussion, problematic attitudes and beliefs about various dimensions of cultural diversity are identified; explanations about how they are manifested among teacher education students are presented; their effects and consequences are proposed; and some suggestions are made for developing more positive attitudes and actions toward cultural diversity in teaching.
Updated: Apr. 27, 2010