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ERIC Number: ED248295
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1983
Pages: 241
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: ISBN-90-70176-48-3
ISSN: N/A
Multicultural Education: A Challenge for Teachers.
van den Berg-Eldering, Lotty, Ed.; And Others
This book presents 20 papers delivered at the Conference on Multicultural Education and Teacher Training held in Amersfoort, The Netherlands, in September 1982. An introduction (not read at the conference) covering ethnic minorities and educational systems in both the United States and the Netherlands is included. The authors and their papers presented follow: (1) W.J. Deetman, "Education Policy and Minorities: A Dutch View"; (2) Elam K. Hertzler, "Education Policy in a Pluralistic Society: An American View"; (3) Jo E. Ellemers, "The Study of Ethnicity: The Need for a Differential Approach"; (4) Nathan Glazer, "Political Significance of Education in a Multicultural Society"; (5) James A. Banks, "Language, Ethnicity, Ideology and Education"; (6) Isaura Santiago Santiago,"Political and Legal Issues in Maintaining the Vernacular in the Curriculum: The U.S. Experience"; (7) James M. Anderson, "Contextual Approach to Multicultural Education"; (8) Pieter Batelaan, "Four Approaches to Multicultural Education"; (9) Charles H. Blatchford, "A Checklist of Variables Affecting L2 Curriculum Design"; (10) Allene Grognet, "Teacher-Child-Parent Interaction"; (11) Irene Steinert and Siel van der Ree, "Second Language Acquisition: Natura Artis Magistra"; (12) Richard L. Warren, "The Application of Ethnographic Research in Multicultural Education"; (13) Willem Koot, "Surinamese Children in the Netherlands: The New Pygmalions?"; (14) R.P. McDermott and Shelley V. Goldman, "Teaching in Multicultural Settings"; (15) Frans Teunissen, "Teacher Education for a Multicultural, Multiethnic Society"; (16) Joyce Gilmour Zuck, "Global Citizenship, Pluralistic Societies, and Teacher Education"; (17) Adrien A. Wolfhagen, "Teacher Training of Minority Students: A Report from the Field"; (18) A. Boelens, "Being a Moluccan Is Prior to Acculturation"; (19) Gwendolyn C. Baker, "Multicultural Education: Implications for Minority Women in the United States"; and (20) Lotty van den Berg-Eldering, "Moroccan and Turkish Women and Girls in the Netherlands: Is Education Interested in Them?" An epilogue and brief biographies of the authors are attached. (KH)
Foris Publications, P.O. Box 509, Dordrecht, The Netherlands ($17.40 each).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Netherlands Ministry of Education and Sciences, The Hague.
Identifiers: Netherlands; United States
Note: Papers presented at a Conference on Multicultural Education and Teacher Training (Amersfoort, The Netherlands, September 27-30, 1982).