ERIC Number: ED427274
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1998
Reference Count: N/A
Pathways to Tolerance: Student Diversity.
Daugherty, Dorothy, Ed.; Stanhope, Victoria, Ed.
Ideas for schools to support tolerance and celebrate student diversity are presented in this volume of reprinted articles. Titles include: (1) "One of Us, One of Them: Lessons in Diversity for a School Psychologist" (M. M. Chittooran); (2) "The Tolerance-in-Action Campaign" (H. M. Knoff); (3) "Immigrant Parents and the School" (R. Rhodes, D. Paez); (4) "Immigrant Teenagers: Helping Them Adjust to Their First Year" (B. Pilon); (5) "Adolescentes Imigrantes: Ayudandoles a Acomodarse en el Primer Ano" (B. Pilon); (6) "Limited English Proficiency" (D. K. Wilen); (7) "Perspectives on Inclusion: Listening to the Voices of Experience" (M. Herrera-Graf); (8) "Literature Circles: A Parent Guide to Teach African-American History" (D. Crockett); (9) "Biracial Children" (D. Wright); (10)"Multicultural Education: Current Status and Future Directions" (C. W. Burns et al.); (11) "Around the Freedom Table: Black and Jewish Youths Share a Heritage of Liberation" (E. Yellin); (12) "Enhancing the Communication Skills of Newly-Arrived Asian American Students" (L. L. Cheng); (13) "Supporting the Student in the Sexual Minority: Thriving in a Heterosexist School" (J. L. Van Ryswyk); (14) "Gay Families with Children" (C. Asprodites); (15) "Gender Equity Day: A Role for School Psychologists" (K. P. Dwyer); (16) "An Anti-Bias Approach to Early Childhood Education" (A. L. Boyd); (17) "Working with Native American Students: Guidelines for Special Educators" (A. Anderson, A. Canter); (18) "Tolerance and Diversity: Resources for Parents, Educators and Students" (D. Crockett); (19) "NASP Resources." (EMK)
Descriptors: Acculturation, Adolescents, Children, Cultural Pluralism, Diversity (Student), Elementary Secondary Education, Inclusive Schools, Intergroup Education, Multicultural Education, School Psychologists, Student Attitudes, Student Development
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Publication Type: Guides - Non-Classroom
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Administrators; Parents; Practitioners; Students; Teachers
Authoring Institution: National Association of School Psychologists, Washington, DC.