Casebook for Exploring Diversity, A

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  • Edition: 3rd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 01/01/2007
  • Publisher: Pearson College Div
  • Newer Edition

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With the increasing diversity in todayrs"s schools, A Casebook for Exploring Diversity is an excellent supplemental text for preservice teachers in multicultural, inclusive, or urban education courses, as well as for inservice teachers and participants in professional development workshops. Its 37 real-life case studies represent scenarios that could occur in any schoolurban, suburban, or ruraland at any grade level. They address the topics of gENDer, ethnicity, race, socioeconomic status, religion, special needs, sexual orientation, language, and ageism. Each case study, followed by questions and activities, will help you develop your interpersonal skills, better understand your students, and broaden your multicultural horizons in a classroom setting. Features of the Third EDITION: bull; bull;NEW! Glossary of selected terms relating to diversity, for reference while reading and engaging in discussion. bull;NEW! Chapter 10 addresses ageism with cases focusing on age-related issues in the classroom. bull;NEW! Bibliography of multicultural childrenrs"s literature for P-12 students, for use in completing the Questions for Reflection and Activities for ExtENDing Thinking. bull;NEW! Sample rubrics for assessing studentsrs" responses to cases in the text, for self-assessment, peer-assessment, or instructor-assessment. bull;Questions for Reflection following each case invite students to collect further data, consider alternative perspectives, share their thoughts, and formulate individual or group responses. bull;Activities for ExtENDing Thinking after each case encourage readers to relate their insights to other course texts, to their field experience, to the lesson and unit planning process, and to local, state, and national standards in teacher education. bull;Design Your Own Case allows readers to become actively involved in case design by writing their own case studies. bull;Resources for further study are provided in the form of Readings for ExtENDing Thinking and Internet Sites for ExtENDing Thinking in each chapter. Also Available from Merrill Education: bull; bull;Multicultural Education in a Pluralistic Society, Seventh EDITION, by Donna M. Gollnick and Philip C. Chinn, ISBN 0-13-155518-9 bull;Choosing Democracy: A Practical Guide to Multicultural Education, Third EDITION, by Duane E. Campbell, ISBN 0-13-098745-X : 200%; mso-layout-grid-align: none" soNormal>

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