Teaching for Diversity: A Guide to Greater Understanding

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Solution Tree Press, 2011 - Education - 199 pages
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In Teaching for Diversity (Third Edition), Ricardo Garcia argues that increasing student diversity in classrooms across North America places two imperatives on educators: they must learn effective strategies for teaching diverse groups of students, and they must integrate skills for accepting and thriving in diverse groups into their teaching. He moves from a broad overview of the history of schooling and attitudes toward diversity in education to a specific treatment of today's schools' needs and objectives.

This resource employs both theory and concrete examples to construct a vision of schools as the foundation for an inclusive, democratic society.

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