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ERIC Number: ED414119
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1997
Pages: 83
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: ISBN-1-879774-12-7
Teaching to Ethnicity, Gender, and Race: The Quest for Equality.
Bonilla, Carlos A., Ed.; Goss, Joyce, Ed.
This book contains seven chapters, written by graduate students in teacher education, on educational strategies to promote multiculturalism and combat racial, ethnic, and gender bias in the classroom. Chapters are: (1) "Diversity and Multiculturalism: Quo Vadis? What Is Multiculturalism?" (Deborah Bradford Basey, Michelle Danner, Stacy Graham, Rebecca Jackson); (2) "Rural Class of 2000: Are We Preparing Our Students for the Multicultural World Next Door? A Survey of Calaveras Unified and Mark Twain Unified High Schools, Calaveras County, California" (Joan Goldie, Shari Pargett, Dustyn, Jim Kern, Sandra Cobbs); (3) "Gender Bias in the Classroom: Do Teachers Treat Boys and Girls the Same?" (Alexandra Garschagen, Cam Graves, Marla Heed, Ken Ishida, Greg Kalthof); (4)"Gender-Stereotypes: Who's To Blame?" (Todd Schilling, Emily Wong, Inez Rowles, Tina Kendall); (5) "Forever Homecoming Queen: Fashion Model or Role Model?" (Wendy Agari, Therese Arnaudo-Tychus, Beate Samahon, Nancy Snyder, Julie Spindler); (6) "The Issue of Color: Must It Be Black or White?" (Nancy Sherwood, Melissa Johnsen, David Bond, Karin Compise, Alex Nelson); and (7) "The Human Race: Bi-Racialism in America" (Rosalie Urtasun, Alfonzo Aguilar, Diane Montoya, Dawn Smith, Jolene Stevano). Individual chapters contain references. (SV)
ICA Publishing, Inc., 1020 N. Commerce, Stockton, CA 95202 ($19.95 plus $4 postage and handling).
Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: California