Critical Essays on Teaching, Learning and Leading in the 21st Century
Edited By Eleanor Blair and Yolanda Medina
This section of the book contains some of the most crucial topics that are relevant to the preparation of teachers. The focus is on helping students reflect on the broad range of issues related to human diversity that you will encounter in contemporary classrooms. Essays were chosen that promote critical conversations on topics that range from race, ethnicity, gender, ability, sexual orientation, bilingualism, and social class among others issues. Accepting and accommodating the richness represented by student diversity is acknowledged as an essential ingredient of teaching and learning experiences that are culturally relevant and responsive.
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