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Teaching Men of Color in the Community College: A Guidebook

by J. Luke EdD Wood

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This is a brief book for community college instructors and counselors on helping men of color be successful in the two-year college. The material deals mostly with common-sense stuff, such as smiling and waving at men-of-color students on campus, showing genuine care and concern for their well-being, using culturally relevant illustrations and examples in the classroom, avoiding stereotypes, learning how to correctly pronounce their names (and using them), being available outside the classroom setting, and so forth. Instructors and counselors who are student-centered and genuinely care about their students probably do all of these things already, so much of the content may seem superfluous.

Although the topic of the book is important, the writing is mediocre and wooden, and the copyediting was decidedly poor, as syntactical, grammatical, and punctuation errors abound. ( )
  deanc | Jan 6, 2018 |
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