Fb2 Culture, Literacy, and Learning: Taking Bloom in the Midst of the Whirlwind (Multicultural Education Series) ePub
by James A. Banks,Carol D. Lee
|Category:||Schools and Teaching|
|Subcategory:||Teaching and Education|
|Author:||James A. Banks,Carol D. Lee|
|Publisher:||Teachers College Press (June 14, 2007)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1142 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1624 kb|
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-Kappa Delta Pi Record. Carol D. Lee is Professor of Education and Social Policy at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois.
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Multicultural Education Series, a series of books published by Teachers College Press, Columbia University. Christine E. Sleeter and Miguel Zavala. Culture, Literacy, and Learning: Taking Bloom in the Midst of the Whirlwind.
Culture, literacy, and learning: Taking bloom in the midst of the whirlwind. New York: Teachers College Press. Toward a culturally based pedagogy: A case of one Yup’ik Eskimo teacher. Anthropology and Education Quarterly, 22, 3203–3223. Medin, D. & Atran, S. (Ed.
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How can educators improve the literacy skills of students in a historically underachieving urban high school? In this timely book, the author draws on her experience as a participant observer to provide a unique, insider's view to both designing and implementing a culturally responsive approach to improve learning and teaching in a specific subject area.
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I wish I had read Lee’s challenging, essential book Culture, Literacy, and Learning: Taking Bloom in the Midst of the Whirlwind at the beginning of my teaching career. It is Lee’s contention that the achievement gap is, at least in part, influenced by the limitations of the knowledge base and assumptions that inform decisions about curriculum, assessment, pedagogy, teacher credentialing, and the conditions under which teachers work (xxiv). In this text Lee, a professor of Education and Social Policy at Northwestern University, reports on her three-year project teaching freshmen, sophomores,.
Culture, literacy, and learning: Taking bloom in the midst of the whirlwind. Sealey-Ruiz, . Noguera, P. & Handville, N. (2008). In pursuit of the possible: The efforts of suburban districts to close the achievement gap. The Sophist’s Bane: Society of Professors of Education, 4(1&2), 31–41. Skiba, . Michael, R. Nardo, A. & Peterson, R. (2002). The color of discipline: Sources of racial and gender disproportionality in school punishment.
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Culture, Literacy, and Learning. Taking Bloom in the Midst of the Whirlwind (Multicultural Education (Paper)). by Carol D. Published February 23, 2007 by Teachers College Press, Teachers College, Columbia University. C D Lee. The space between listening and story-ing: Projects in Humanization (PiH). This exploratory study utilized an e-survey of 32 teacher education faculty members in the state of California to investigate how, if at all, teacher educators were utilizing DS in their curriculum.
How can educators improve the literacy skills of students in historically underachieving urban high schools? In this timely book, the author offers a theoretical framework for the design of instruction that is both culturally responsive and subject-matter specific, rooted in examples of the implementation of the Cultural Modeling Project. Presented here, the Cultural Modeling Project draws on competencies students already have in African American Vernacular English (AAVE) discourse and hip-hop culture to tackle complex problems in the study of literature. Using vivid descriptions from real classrooms, the author describes how AAVE supported student learning and reasoning; how students in turn responded to the reform initiative; and how teachers adapted the cultural framework to the English/language arts curriculum. While the focus is on literacy and African American students, the book examines the functions of culture in facilitating learning and offers principles for leveraging cultural knowledge in support of subject matter specific to academic learning.
This much-awaited book offers important lessons for researchers, school district leaders, and local practitioners regarding the complex ways that cultural knowledge is constructed and plays out in classroom life, in the life of a school, and in the life of a whole-school reform initiative.