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A book that helps educators not only learn about the devastating impact of poverty on. .Paul Gorski shows respectful empathy for the poor .
A book that helps educators not only learn about the devastating impact of poverty on children’s lives, but also helps them think about what they can do ―in the words of author Paul Gorski ―right now as well as in the future to help improve the life chances of young people living in poverty. He does not blame them for their plight but asks society to take responsibility to change the inequities. and I'm learning to offer alternative ways of thinking about the facts in a gentle push back.
Professional Development Guide for Educators. The Multicultural Resource Series. Beyond Experience: The Experiential Approach to Cross-Cultural Education. Gochenour, Theodore, Ed. This book provides a collection of essays on the practical applications of experiential cross-cultural education, as well as specific exercises, simulations, and other activities. Its intent is to provide a guide in assessing the educational impact of this type of experience. The essays are divided among three parts: Ideas; Activities; and Assessment.
Paul Gorski provides practical strategies that teachers, administrators, and other staff have used to immediately improve schools .
Paul Gorski provides practical strategies that teachers, administrators, and other staff have used to immediately improve schools, particularly for the most marginalized students. ―Cheryl Robinson, cultural competency coordinator, Alexandria City Public Schools, Virginia. Gorski continues to focus on what teachers and other educators can do ―despite the growing and relentless inequality in our schools and nation ―to ameliorate the effects of poverty on the many families and communities caught in its grip.
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Multicultural resource series: Resources for the multicultural classroom. Gorski, P. and Shin, G. (1999). Multicultural resource series: Professional development for educators. National Education Association.
This guide presents a collection of personal essays written by educators who describe how multicultural education has transformed their teaching. Gorski, Paul, E. Shin, Gene-Tey, E. Green, Martha, Ed. It also includes resources such as multicultural organizations, publications, videos, and Web sites. This guide presents a collection of personal essays written by educators who describe how multicultural education has transformed their teaching.
This brief, affordable book focuses on the Internet's ability to help facilitate multicultural ideals of inclusive, interactive, and collaborative teaching and learning. The first section covers practical strategies for using the Internet to supplement multicultural teaching practices and will list existing Internet resources with annotations. The second section provides detailed chapter-length lists of Internet resources such as ESL and bilingual sites, subject-specific multicultural sites, lesson plan sites, online journals, and more.
The Historical Development of Multicultural Education. The Multicultural Resources in the Appendix have been substantially revised and updated. A new section on Sexual and Gender Minorities has been added to the Appendix. How Multicultural Education Developed. The Nature of Culture in the United States. The Social Construction of Categories. The Dimensions of Multicultural Education. The School as a Social System. The Glossary has been revised to incorporate new census data and developments in the eld.
an EdChange project by Paul C. Gorski. Interactive phases of personal and curricular re-vision with regard to race. In G. Shin and P. Gorski (Ed., Multicultural resource series: Professional development for educators. The Multicultural Resource Series, Volume 1). Washington, DC: National Education Association of the United States. Govinda, . Buch, . The in-service training of primary school teachers in English-speaking Africa: a report.