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Service Learning: A Promising Strategy for Connecting Future Teachers to the Lives of Diverse Children and Their Families
This paper provides a description of service learning implemented in a course entitled 'Working With Socioculturally Diverse Families' for teacher education candidates. Students participated in 30 hours of service learning in which they provided support and service to diverse mentor families and implemented family events at participating schools. Students reported learning about the dynamics of family diversity, how family resources and backgrounds influence children's school success, and how family involvement should be viewed as a continuum given the diverse priorities and resources of families.
Updated: Oct. 05, 2016
In this article, the author uses positioning theory to better understand the complexity of teacher learning about culture in the company of diverse colleagues. Analysis of a yearlong dialogic professional development experience among high school English teachers revealed that although an African American male's storyline informed the group of otherwise white teachers, his position as cultural “expert” limited his and his colleagues ability to reposition themselves.
Updated: Dec. 09, 2009