ERIC Number: ED085448
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972-Sep
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Increasing Compatibility Between Educational Practices and Educational Needs of Pupils Who Are Black.
May, Florence A.; Guice, Gloria
The contents of this document are organized in five parts, as follows, Part I, a "Preface" entitled "The Dilemma," by Florence May, discusses the anxiety felt by teachers who are, for the first time, trying to teach people about whose culture and background they know little or nothing, and how educational change could deal with the sources of that anxiety. Part II, "Summary of Presentations," comprises brief summaries of the presentations made by the consultant, Dr. Daniel Thompson, Dillard University, to Counselors, Site Administrators, and Teachers, Basic Training Team, and Central Office Administrators and Staff. Summaries of the question-and-answer sessions following each presentation are included. Part III, "Multi-Cultural Education," includes descriptions of Philosophy and Approaches, Learning Experiences: content samples for one to six, and Learning Experiences: content samples for seven to twelve. Part IV, "Implications of Blackness for the Junior High and Senior High School Teacher," includes a discussion of some educational resources available to the teacher and two sample lessons, one for a suggested time period of three to four weeks and the other for a period of four to six weeks. Part V is a compendium of reviews of parts or wholes of five books discussing relevant studies. (JM)
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Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: San Francisco Unified School District, CA.
Identifiers - Location: California