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by J. Irvine

  • ISBN: 031229462X
  • Author: J. Irvine
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  • Rating: 4.5 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 192
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 2002 edition (May 3, 2002)
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  • Category: Politics
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
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African American teachers look introspectively at how their ethnic identity, classroom practices, and their beliefs are related to the achievement of their African American students

Cite this publication. Jacqueline Jordan Irvine. African American teachers look introspectively at how their ethnic identity, classroom practices, and their beliefs are related to the achievement of their African American students. The African American teachers in CULTURES often talked about how their own cultural notions of teaching guided them in their practice. These cultural views were often different from what they had been taught in their teacher preparation programs.

teacher, seizing hope through culturally responsive praxis, collective stories on culturally specific pedagogy

teacher, seizing hope through culturally responsive praxis, collective stories on culturally specific pedagogy. Jacqueline Jordan Irvine is the Charles Howard Candler Professor of Urban Education in the Division of Educational Studies at Emory University. Country of Publication.

Multicultural professional development for African American teachers: The role of process-oriented models. African American teachers: Unique roles and universal lessons. Education and Urban Society 31(1): 104–22.

The dreamkeepers: Successful teachers of African American children.

Irvine, J. & Armento, B. J. (2001). Making the book talk: Literacy in successful urban classrooms and communities. In K. Dunsmore & D. Fisher (Ed., Bringing Literacy Home (pp. 226-244). Newark, DE: International Reading Association Ladson-Billings, G. (1994). The dreamkeepers: Successful teachers of African American children. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. responsive literacy teaching.

Stephen Paul Miller is a professor at St. John's University

Все результаты Поиска книг Google Об авторе (1996). Stephen Paul Miller is a professor at St. John's University. He is the author of five books of poems: The Bee Flies in May, Fort Dad, Being with a Bullet, Skinny Eighth Avenue and Art is Boring for the Same Reason We Stayed in Vietnam.

Many teachers understand how their own cultural beliefs and attitudes .

Many teachers understand how their own cultural beliefs and attitudes influence their interactions with students and continually develop their capacity to see the perspective of every student in their classrooms. I know teachers who work hard to bridge the cultural gap with their students and provide meaningful curriculum that integrates students' backgrounds. New York, NY: Palgrave.

A Guide for ESL Teachers and Advocates. Author(s): Irvine, Patricia, Ed.

2 journal of education. A Guide for ESL Teachers and Advocates. Author(s): Irvine, Patricia, E. And Others; New Mexico State Dept. of Education, Santa Fe.

Educating Teachers for Diversity addresses the complex issues of how culture, race and . Sonia Nieto, author of The Light in Their Eyes: Creating Multicultural.

Educating Teachers for Diversity addresses the complex issues of how culture, race and ethnicity, and social class influence the teaching and learning processes. In this insightful and wise book, Jacqueline Jordan Irvine reflects on topics ranging from the preparation of future teachers for urban schools to the role of colleges of education in current reform efforts. Sonia Nieto, author of The Light in Their Eyes: Creating Multicultural Learning Communities.

In Search of Wholeness: African American Teachers and their Culturally Specific Classroom Practices is a theoretical and practice-oriented treatment of how culture and race influence African American teachers. This collection of essays, edited by Jacqueline Jordan Irvine, assumes that teachers cannot become fully functional persons and competent professionals if their cultural selves remain denied, hidden, and unexplored. Part one reviews the literature related to teachers' race and culture. Part two includes research studies about teachers confronting issues of culture and race in their personal and professional lives. The final chapter focuses on the responses of three of the teachers whose stories are portrayed in the book. In addition to the compelling case studies, other topics explored include: multicultural professional development for African American teachers, African American teachers' perceptions of their professional roles and practices, a comparison of effective black and white teachers of African American students, the development of teacher efficacy of an African American middle school teacher, the professional development journey of an effective African American elementary school teacher, seizing hope through culturally responsive praxis, collective stories on culturally specific pedagogy. In Search of Wholeness is an indispensable and groundbreaking collection that administrators, students, and educators of all ages will not want to be without.

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