ERIC Number: ED234105
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1982
Reference Count: 0
The Novice and the Newcomer. Student Teachers' Perspectives on Multiculturalism and Education.
Bancroft, George W., Ed.
This is a collection of essays written by students enrolled in a 1978-79 course in cross-cultural education, given by the editor at the University of Toronto. The introductory essay, by Bancroft, provides general information on what teaching intercultural relations entails. The remainder of the papers include: (1) "From Taiwan to Canada: A Schoolgirl's Odyssey," by Rebecca Li; (2) "Commitment and Resolution," by Mike Cherneski; (3) "Teaching in a Multicultural Setting: A Guide-to-Myself," by Michael House; (4) "Of Culture, Language and Reality," by Doreen Kaminker; (5) "Multiculturalism: An Experience with Reality," by Helen Prince; (6)"The West Indian Immigrant in the Canadian School," by Deborah Kiladze; (7) "Ethnic Differences and the Breakdown of Communication," by Laureen Gunning; (8) "To Overlea, and Other Schools Like It," by Maria Wagner Price; (9) "On Being an Immigrant Student in Canada and Abroad," by Lesley Ann Pearson; (10) "A Liberalized Child, I Was Stymied," by Bill Newhook; and (11) "Students-in-Transition: A Self-Help Project," by Cecil Cummins. (AOS)
Descriptors: Cultural Awareness, Cultural Differences, Ethnicity, Higher Education, Multicultural Education, Racial Relations, Student Attitudes, Teacher Education
Third Eye Publications, P.O. Box 4640, Station "C," London, Ontario, Canada N5W 5L7 (write for price).
Publication Type: Books; Opinion Papers
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Department of the Secretary of State, Ottawa (Ontario).
Authoring Institution: N/A