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Teaching in a pluralistic society

Ricardo L. Garcia

Teaching in a pluralistic society

concepts, models, strategies

by Ricardo L. Garcia

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Published by HarperCollins in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Multicultural education -- United States.,
    • Minorities -- Education -- United States.,
    • Teaching.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementRicardo L. Garcia.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLC1099.3 .G37 1991
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 232 p. :
      Number of Pages232
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1887571M
      ISBN 100060422378
      LC Control Number90048835
      OCLC/WorldCa22491049

      At home, does your book collection reflect diversity among the groups to which your family belongs? Examples of these programs include a word association exercise which consists of six minority group descriptors typed on a page leaving space for written associations. Education is providing experience for students, teachers, counselors and the community to nurture and practice pluralistic thought. How can moral development be modified to educate individuals on three levels: a as members of a large society, b as members of a subgroup, c and as individuals free to explore potentialities beyond any group membership? Olneck, M. Every book needs to be accurate, caring, and respectful.

      Check for age appropriateness. Although the book shows a single parent, working-class family, and a resourceful girl, it is not didactic. Journal of Communication, 40, How are problems presented, conceived, and resolved? Parents who wish to have particular programs as "options" may arrange for them to be taught as such, but they must not be part of the standard curriculum of public schools until such time as publicly-funded schools of choice are established. We should recall that the public system must exist within a host of competing understandings of what is morally acceptable in society this is virtually the definition of "pluralism.

      Thus, in teaching "sex education," one must be careful to ensure that what is taught is within the delegated envelope of parental wishes and that sufficient structural integrity in the program allows meaningful selection by parents of the things from which they would prefer their child to be absent. Mack, C. Olneck, 2. Three actions, in particular, have made this clear.


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Teaching in a pluralistic society book

The recurring dream: Symbolism and ideology in intercultural and multicultural education. The new edition helps readers learn to routinely use self-reflection to become more effective teachers in classrooms that provide equity for all students; covers up-to-date new issues in the chapter features; updates all chapters to reflect recent events and research that have impacted the topics addressed in the book, and updates all tables, figures, and references to reflect the latest data and thinking.

However, folk and fairy tales also carry messages that convey sexism, classism, and racism and must be used thoughtfully as part of introducing young children to diversity and anti-bias values of quality and fairness.

Building tolerance in early childhood. It only allows children to see one view of a group of people, rather than the diversity that exists among all groups. Future teachers get a sound foundation for understanding diversity and using this knowledge effectively in classrooms and schools to help students learn.

The books you choose should depict people compassionately and as real human beings. To develop the idea of pluralism, children can create a classroom quilt to which each student contributes a square that is designed to represent his or her ethnic background; plant a small farm or garden project to allow children to experience the planning and cooperation required with each other, the earth and nature in planting their crops, harvesting and reaping the benefits or sharing the failures together.

American Journal of Education 98, Thus, in teaching "sex education," one must be careful to ensure that what is taught is within the delegated envelope of parental wishes and that sufficient structural integrity in the program allows meaningful selection by parents of the things from which they would prefer their child to be absent.

The Journal for Specialists in Group Work, 13, Children could create a mural in a similar way or have students independently research and report on various cultures.

How does the language we use inhibit pluralistic thought? These processes often fit under the name of multicultural issues and concerns; frequently the use of the term "pluralism" is avoided.

However, you will want individual books about specific kinds of people e. Opotow, 5. Discussion was frank and clear and items of concern were discussed and in turn acted upon. Check for active, interesting story lines where different kinds of people are integral to the people in the story, not the main topic.

In addition to previous criteria, here are more items to consider: The story line should be about children and adults working together, rather than perpetrating the myth that change happens because of special, individual people who do it by themselves.

At home, does your book collection reflect diversity among the groups to which your family belongs? How are problems presented, conceived, and resolved?

A teacher, trustee, principal or government official who has formed a deeply-seated religious or conscience objection to contentious moral policy must be able to dissent and have nothing to do with it. Any attempt to force indoctrination on students beyond what is considered to be "core" morality under the guise of "tolerance" or "anti-discrimination" usurps the public nature of education for private group aims and is a cynical misuse of the very terms it seems to support.

Students subsequently expressed their hurt, fears and anger about prejudice from this activity and in their lives.

With the advent of these meetings, Blacks began to become integrally involved in their children's educations. Service to all students in this school district has increased through these efforts. In making this assessment, care must be taken to distinguish between factual materials and those that go beyond facts into contentious areas.

Although the book shows a single parent, working-class family, and a resourceful girl, it is not didactic. Here are some examples of ways to avoid sexist language: community instead of brotherhood; firefighters inserted of firemen; human family instead of family of man; ancestors instead of forefathers; chairperson instead of chairman.

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