ERIC Number: EJ783663
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2007-Dec
Reference Count: 3
Cultural Understandings: Ways to Begin Significant Dialogue as a Beginning Teacher
Shanklin, Nancy, Ed.
Voices from the Middle, v15 n2 p55-56 Dec 2007
Beginning teachers sometimes have the advantage, at least in one area. They are more prepared than ever to deal with the many "differences" their students bring to school. But as new teachers, they may also feel the most helpless to make needed changes. Here, Shanklin advises all of us on how to move forward within your classroom and your school.
Descriptors: Beginning Teachers, Student Diversity, Classroom Techniques, Cultural Pluralism, School Culture, Teaching Methods, Empathy, Trust (Psychology), Classroom Communication, Teacher Role
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