NotesFAQContact Us
Search Tips
ERIC Number: ED383612
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1994
Pages: 52
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: ISBN-0-912099-09-7
Insights on Diversity.
Bloom, Carol, Ed.; And Others
This state-of-the-art report presents a series of essays on the topic of diversity. Essays include: (1) "Committing to Diversity" (George L. Mehaffy); (2) "Serving the Community by Serving Our Members" (Michael P. Wolfe); (3) "How Diversity Matters" (Asa G. Hilliard, III); (4) "A Prerequisite to Teaching Multiculturally" (Mary Louise Gomez); (5) "Multicultural Education is for Everyone!" (Maureen Gillette); (6) "Intercultural Competencies" (James Anderson); (7) "Opening One Door" (P. C. Wu); (8) "Dimensions of Multicultural Education" (James A. Banks); (9) "Characterizing Ethnic Groups in the Curriculum" (Carmen Montecinos); (10) "The Needs of Our New Teachers" (Gloria Ladson-Billings); (11) "The Many Ways of Being Human" (M. Eugene Gillion); (12) "Understanding Ethnicity" (Wilma S. Longstreet); (13) "Dissension in Perspective" (Geneva Gay); (14) "To Dialogue about Differences Requires Special Skills" (Wanda S. Fox); (15) "When Making a Difference Makes No Difference" (Ronald E. Butchart); (16) "Embracing Multicultural Teaching" (Pamela L. Tiedt); (17) "From a Global Perspective" (Jesus Garcia); (18) "Expanding the School Community" (Ceola Ross Baber); (19) "Europe in the Pacific" (John Passmore); (20) "Integrating Fair-Minded Critical Thinking, Justice, and Social Action" (Christine I. Bennett); (21) "We are Different: Now What 'Ism'?" (Sheilah Clarke-Ekong); (22) "Reflections of an Involuntary Voluntary Immigrant" (Carlos J. Ovando); (23) "Diversity with Style--Learning Style, That Is!" (Cherry Ross Gooden); (24) "Roles for White Scholars in Multicultural Education" (Marilynne Boyle-Baise); (25) "Toward a Common Definition of Multicultural Education" (Carl A. Grant); (26) "Being Culturally Responsive" (Courtland C. Lee); (27) "Empowering Students" (Rosalind Mau); (28) "Healing the World" (Brenda Conard); (29) "Affirming Diversity Within an Integrated Curriculum" (Ernest L. Boyer); (30) "Affirming Languages and Cultures" (Lourdes Diaz Soto); (31) "Democratizing Curriculum" (Ellen Swartz); (32) "A Passion for Multicultural Education" (Francisco A. Rios; David M. Whitehouse); (33) "Bridging the Gap" (Evelyn B. Kalibala); (34) "The Principles That Bind Us Together" (Diane Ravitch); (35) "Global Citizenship" (Josiah S. Tlou); (36) "Toward a Representative Teaching Force" (Kitty Kelly Epstein); (37) "A Better World for Holly" (Carlos E. Cortes); (38) "Human Rights in the Pluralistic Classroom" (Ricardo L. Garcia); (39) "The New Consensus on Tracking" (Walter C. Parker); (40) "The Arts: A Catalyst for Multicultural Teaching" (Patricia L. Stuhr); (41) "Reverence for Human Diversity" (Theresa E. McCormick); (42) "Are Ethnic Jokes a Form of Brainwashing?" (Glenn S. Pate); (43) "Transforming Pedagogy: Designing Diversity for the Future" (Renee J. Martin); (44) "Unum e Multis" (Eugene E. Garcia); and (45) "Toward an Anti-Bias Curriculum" (James B. Boyer). (EH)
Kappa Delta Pi, 1601 West State Street, P.O. Box A, West Lafayette, IN 47906-0576 ($10; $5 member price; discount available on quantities over 20 copies).
Publication Type: Information Analyses
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Kappa Delta Pi, West Lafayette, IN.