Methods accommodating diversity

19-Mar-2017 05:06

Although the majority of this practice is undertaken in a primary or secondary school setting, Baumgartner and Johnson-Bailey (2008), have experienced the implementation and discussions of culturally relevant teaching within a higher education environment.

Culturally relevant pedagogy can also be found in the literature as “culturally appropriate” (Au & Jordan, 1981), “culturally congruent” (Mohatt & Erickson, 1981), “culturally responsive” (Au, 2009; Cazden & Leggett, 1981; Erickson & Mohatt, 1982; Lee, 1998), and “culturally compatible” (Jordan, 1985; Vogt, Jordan & Tharp, 1987).

The objective of this thesis is to provide a critique of the relevant law.

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Recent research shows that the public hostility to Gypsies and Travellers is unmatched by that shown towards any other community even asylum seekers and refugees.

Decades ago No blacks, no Irish, no dogs signs in pubs and shops were commonplace thankfully times have changed however, sadly No Travellers signs are still widespread.

For instance, in Canada, research reflects the need to bridge the gap between traditional Aboriginal education and Western education systems by including spirituality in Aboriginal educational practices.

Free-roaming predators, including lion, leopard, cheetah, brown hyena, caracal and other species, contribute to the natural selection process – thus ensuring the development of tough and vibrant animal populations, naturally adapted to withstand predation and disease.

I do not remember being terribly interested in how she taught a multi-age, multi-gender, multi-ability, and multi-interest group of very diverse students.