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Bhowmik, Miron Kumar; Walker, Allan; Bryant, Darren – Multicultural Education Review, 2023
Through combining a diversity perspective and intersectionality approach, this paper contributes to the conceptualization of inclusive leadership for addressing diversity in schools. Drawing on literature from business and management studies as well as that of educational management and leadership, the paper first theorizes inclusive school…
Descriptors: Inclusion, Leadership, Instructional Leadership, Leadership Styles
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Regmi, Kapil Dev – Multicultural Education Review, 2022
Decolonization has multiple meanings and interpretations which reflect not necessarily the arbitrariness of the concept but the complex history of colonialism and the struggles that colonized people have endeavoured to carry on. The level of oppression and subjugation may vary, but there is hardly any one living in the global South (i.e.,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Developing Nations, Decolonization, Epistemology
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Rigling, Cindy; Wood, Tracey; Thier, Michael – Multicultural Education Review, 2021
Based on elementary and secondary schoolwide implementation experiences at GEMS World Academy Chicago, this paper defines 'field studies' as a field-trip adaptation that connects curricular targets from one or more disciplines to student-directed inquiry-based experiences. We detail the process to develop and coordinate a schoolwide field-study…
Descriptors: Field Studies, Critical Thinking, Global Approach, Citizenship Education
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Mason, John – Multicultural Education Review, 2020
This article defines Danish togetherness, putting it in the context of Danish social and political history, and placing particular emphasis on the gradual development of Denmark's homogeneity, on the growth of national awareness, on aspects of social capital, and on the central role of education as enlightenment in the process of democratisation.…
Descriptors: History, Cooperation, Social Capital, Role of Education
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Jantzen, Carl August – Multicultural Education Review, 2020
This paper is an attempt to define the concept of togetherness from two different angles. Initially, it focuses on how togetherness can be seen in relation to students' participation. A central argument is that more focus on togetherness in school can be of great importance for the motivation. Secondly, the article states that we develop our…
Descriptors: Multicultural Education, School Culture, Self Concept, Student Participation
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Santiago, Maribel – Multicultural Education Review, 2019
As a Mexican American school desegregation case, historians, legal scholars, and educational researchers have all explored "Mendez v. Westminster's" significance. Each discipline, with its own modes of analysis, has constructed a distinct interpretation of the 1940s California case. However, in focusing on different aspects of…
Descriptors: Mexican Americans, School Segregation, Equal Education, Interdisciplinary Approach
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Barzanò, Giovanna; Cortiana, Paola; Jamison, Ian; Lissoni, Maria; Raffio, Lorenzo – Multicultural Education Review, 2017
In today's multicultural world, digital tools may become a powerful means to building a culture of dialogue that supports "culturally responsive" teaching within imaginative multicultural learning environments. Students can develop global competencies, learning more about others' and their own culture as part of their personal…
Descriptors: Multicultural Education, Foreign Countries, Communities of Practice, Cultural Awareness
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van Driel, Barry – Multicultural Education Review, 2016
This paper examines reasons for teaching about the Holocaust in countries only marginally impacted by these events. Against the backdrop of a recent global study showing that anti-Semitism is still quite pervasive around the globe, an attempt is made to show in what ways teaching about the Holocaust can affect attitudes of young people toward…
Descriptors: War, Crime, Jews, Teaching Methods
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Fry, Gerald W. – Multicultural Education Review, 2016
The context for this paper is the rapid globalization and international migration occurring across the globe. An insightful metaphor for this era is "the death of distance." The influx of new migrants into countries such as Korea, Japan, Thailand, and the United States presents many challenges for those societies. In Minnesota, people of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Democracy, Cultural Pluralism, Immigration
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Roxas, Kevin; Cho, Jeasik; Rios, Francisco; Jaime, Angela; Becker, Kent – Multicultural Education Review, 2015
The purpose of this paper is to conceptualize the intersections of multicultural education and cosmopolitanism. We aim to explore how multicultural education and cosmopolitanism connect and diverge, especially when considering both from within a critical theoretical perspective. Within this work, we explore how these two sets of ideas can inform…
Descriptors: Multicultural Education, Critical Theory, Global Approach, Correlation
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Mahiri, Jabari – Multicultural Education Review, 2015
Multicultural educational research, perspectives, and pedagogical practices emerged in response to assimilationist models for addressing cultural diversity. As a field of study, it incorporates an array of concepts, principles, theories, and content aimed at increasing educational equity and achievement for all students. Though working toward…
Descriptors: Race, Cultural Pluralism, Equal Education, Academic Achievement
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Sleeter, Christine – Multicultural Education Review, 2015
Family history research connects very well with multicultural curriculum because it opens up the multiple experiences of members and communities of a society, as well as helping to make visible the historic construction and ongoing legacy of unequal relationships. The author of this article began to play with what she later called "critical…
Descriptors: Multicultural Education, Curriculum Development, Critical Theory, Genealogy
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Skerrett, Allison – Multicultural Education Review, 2015
In this article, I draw on theories of generativity and multiliteracies pedagogy, as well as research on youths' language and literacy practices and development that are framed by a multiliteracies lens, to outline approaches to literacy education that draw upon, as well as strengthen, students' existing language, literacy, and cultural…
Descriptors: Literacy, Multilingualism, Multiple Literacies, Multicultural Education
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Pamphilon, Barbara – Multicultural Education Review, 2015
Since the early 1970s there has been increasing interest in effective adult education systems and practices as a core foundation for capacity building in developing countries. This paper presents the philosophy behind the concept of an "intercultural learning space" and argues its relevance for such adult learners. Drawing on work in…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Agricultural Occupations, Multicultural Education, Adult Education