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Forty-three essays were delivered at a conference on multicultural education held in 1991 and explore the ideas, beliefs, research findings, philosophical roots, and direction of multicultural education, along with its policy, practice, and critical assessment. Selected essays and their authors include: "History and Philosophy of the National Association for Multicultural Education: Credit Cards and Blind Faith" (Duhon-Sells and Pritchy Smith); "Toward Education that is Multicultural: Introduction to the Proceedings" (Grant); "Multiculturalism and Education: A Conceptual Relationship" (Bitting and Mutisya); "Culturally Responsible Pedagogy: The 'Wisdom' of Multicultural Education" (Huber); "Multicultural Education: The Outlook, Outreach, and Outcome for the 1990s" (Walker and Jacobs); "Ethnic Teacher/Ethnic Student: What Is the Role of Shared Ethnicity in Achievement?" (Hodgden); "An Inner-City Teacher Exchange: Teaching the Black Child in Great Britain" (Haughton); "A Proposal for Cultural Diversity in Education: The Minnesota Model" (Warring and Frank); "Developing a Plan for Multicultural Education" (Foody, and others); "Multicultural, Nonsexist Behavior Management: The San Jose State University Model" (Grossman); "That of God in Every Person: Multicultural Education in a Quaker School" (O'Grady); "A Study of the Educational Experiences of Black Male Correctional Center Inmates Who Attended Schools in Prince George's County, Maryland" (Reed); "A Multicultural Perspective for School and Curriculum Reform: Cultural Literacy and Infusion in Life Science" (LeBan); "Developing Teachers with a Multicultural Perspective: A Challenge and a Mission" (Ford); "Implementation of a Multicultural Education in a Teacher Training Program" (Kraig); "Infusing Multicultural Perspectives Across the Curriculum" (Burstein, and others); "Strategies for Effective Multicultural Education Policy in Teacher Education Programs" (Afolayan); "Collaboration as a Key to Enhancing Teaching Effectiveness in a Culturally Diverse Society: Implications for Public Schools and Universities" (Mantle); "Global Education for a Multicultural Society: An Essential Dimension in Teacher Education" (Matriano); "Multicultural Awareness: The Development of Blacks in Children's Literature from Its Earliest Inception through Contemporary Times" (Carver and Thompson); "Cultural Pluralism and the School Library" (Nauman); "Strategies for Instructing Culturally Diverse Students" (Person and others); and "Teaching Culture-Specific Counseling Using Microtraining Technology" (Nwachuka). (GLR)

Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Conference Proceedings, Counseling, Cultural Pluralism, Curriculum Development, Educational Change, Educational Planning, Elementary Secondary Education, Essays, Ethnic Groups, Higher Education, Inner City, Minority Groups, Multicultural Education, Public Schools, Social Sciences, Teacher Education, Teaching Methods











Author: Grant, Carl A., Ed.

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=7463&id=ED398290







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