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Living and Teaching in an Unjust World: New Perspectives on Multicultural… (edition 2001)

by Wendy Goodman (Editor)

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Living (and Teaching) in an Unjust World is a response to educators who limit multicultural education to "culture of the quarter" or "country of the week." A resource for teachers who live and teach in the real world, where family structure is fluid, varied, and changing; where students live in mansions, duplexes, projects, or cars; where parents work in factories, fast food restaurants, farms, or universities. A world where every learner is a lifelong learner and every student is valued. Together, these essays will take you into issues of multicultural education more deeply than you have probably ever ventured before. You'll embark on a journey into educational systems and explore the just and unjust issues of schooling . . . the need to move beyond teaching about culture to facilitating self-discovery . . . the way classrooms mirror larger society. And by the end of this journey, you'll reach some remarkable conclusions: that multicultural education has its foundations in democratic classrooms . . . that multicultural education is most easily facilitated when students are empowered . . . and that multicultural education is the best path to true equity in education.… (more)
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Living (and Teaching) in an Unjust World is a response to educators who limit multicultural education to "culture of the quarter" or "country of the week." A resource for teachers who live and teach in the real world, where family structure is fluid, varied, and changing; where students live in mansions, duplexes, projects, or cars; where parents work in factories, fast food restaurants, farms, or universities. A world where every learner is a lifelong learner and every student is valued. Together, these essays will take you into issues of multicultural education more deeply than you have probably ever ventured before. You'll embark on a journey into educational systems and explore the just and unjust issues of schooling . . . the need to move beyond teaching about culture to facilitating self-discovery . . . the way classrooms mirror larger society. And by the end of this journey, you'll reach some remarkable conclusions: that multicultural education has its foundations in democratic classrooms . . . that multicultural education is most easily facilitated when students are empowered . . . and that multicultural education is the best path to true equity in education.

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