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Bartulovic, Marija; Kuševic, Barbara; Širanovic, Ana – Multicultural Education Review, 2023
This paper provides a framework for analysing teachers' various modes of positioning towards LGBT students, generated from their understanding of the concept of teacher professionalism. The main research question of the empirical study, conducted through application of focus groups, is how secondary school educators understand the concept of…
Descriptors: Teacher Attitudes, LGBTQ People, Professionalism, Teacher Behavior
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Margie Appel; Moosung Lee – Multicultural Education Review, 2023
Amidst a background of inequality and rising global tensions, the need for effective intercultural understanding is paramount, facilitated by well-prepared teachers. Small-scale, qualitative studies indicate potential positive effects of scaffolded study abroad during initial teacher education on teaching in increasingly diverse classrooms. The…
Descriptors: Study Abroad, Cultural Awareness, Intercultural Communication, Teacher Education
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Emilia María Valenzuela-Vergara – Multicultural Education Review, 2023
A growing body of research has investigated how school staff attitudes and beliefs towards immigrant students play a crucial role in their process of integration. However, the literature has consistently focused on the effects of teachers' beliefs on immigrant students' academic achievements, omitting other factors such as the effect on students'…
Descriptors: Ethnic Stereotypes, Foreign Countries, Immigrants, Teacher Attitudes
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Moosung Lee; Youngmin Mo – Multicultural Education Review, 2023
There has been significant focus on multicultural education and particularly culturally responsive teaching (CRT), as classrooms experience an increasing cultural diversity. Within this broader context, this study explores International Baccalaureate (IB) teachers' self-efficacy in a multicultural classroom. This study compares IB teachers with…
Descriptors: Advanced Placement Programs, Multicultural Education, Teacher Attitudes, Self Efficacy
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Lam, Ho Cheong – Multicultural Education Review, 2022
In Hong Kong, teaching ethnically diverse children (e.g. Indians, Pakistanis, Nepalis) has recently become a pressing issue. As teacher educators, we believe the crux of the issue lies in teachers' understanding of cultural diversity. Specifically, this study adopted the theoretical framework of phenomenography to investigate the question of: What…
Descriptors: Cultural Pluralism, Ethnic Groups, Teacher Educators, Teacher Education Programs
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Tsakaloudi, Areti; Palaiologou, Nektaria – Multicultural Education Review, 2022
This paper focuses on the language policy of the European Union (hereafter, EU), which is applied in the case of European Schools (hereafter, ES). It is based on a case study conducted at postgraduate level. Our purposes were: (a) to examine and analyse the official EU policy on language and multilingualism, (b) to find similarities and…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Multilingualism, Educational Policy, Graduate Students
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Hedman, Christina; Magnusson, Ulrika – Multicultural Education Review, 2021
Through the study of pedagogic discourse and practice in "introductory classes" (ICs) aimed at new migrant students at a linguistically diverse primary school in Sweden, we discuss pedagogic principles and power dynamics, drawing on Bernstein's conceptual frame. Our ethnographic data consist of teacher interviews and observational…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Introductory Courses, Immigrants, Teaching Methods
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Starkey, Hugh – Multicultural Education Review, 2021
This paper examines pedagogical responses to James Banks's concept of "failed citizenship," namely the structural factors that inhibit migrants and minorities from accessing fully functioning citizenship and their human rights. Banks commissioned and published 16 case studies of social studies teachers in different national contexts to…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Multicultural Education, Citizenship Education, Civil Rights
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Osler, Audrey; Skarra, Jon Arne – Multicultural Education Review, 2021
A multicultural society that equates Christian and humanist values with human rights denies pluralism, placing human rights culture at risk. We examine Norwegian education policy discourses, noting human rights as a key feature of national identity, said to underpin schooling. Education policy maintains distinctions between those who embody…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Civil Rights, Guidelines, Christianity
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Cho, Hyunhee; Gay, Geneva – Multicultural Education Review, 2021
This study examined the social justice teaching beliefs and practices of three novice teachers from the perspectives of complexity theory. A qualitative multi-case study methodology was used to collect data that included interviews, classroom observations, and simulated recalls. The findings describe the lived experiences of the participants…
Descriptors: Social Justice, Faculty Development, Preservice Teachers, Beginning Teachers
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Dursun, Hakan; Claes, Ellen; Agirdag, Orhan – Multicultural Education Review, 2021
Previous work on multicultural teaching competence has mainly focused on teachers' beliefs and attitudes towards ethnocultural diversity. Little attention has been paid to examine the nature of teachers' ethnocultural diversity knowledge. Drawing upon Shulman's model of pedagogical content knowledge, this study presents a novel theoretical…
Descriptors: Diversity, Pedagogical Content Knowledge, Teacher Education Programs, Educational Change
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Kim, Jonghun – Multicultural Education Review, 2021
Korean society and schools have become more demographically diverse than ever. To support this increasing cultural diversity in schools, the Korean government has been developing multicultural education policies since 2006. This study aims to examine how multicultural education has been articulated by the government and how the national vision has…
Descriptors: Multicultural Education, Teacher Education, Teacher Attitudes, Educational Practices
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Howard, Adam; Maxwell, Claire – Multicultural Education Review, 2021
We take a necessary de-imperialist approach to studying how 'Eastern' and 'Western' values are negotiated in an elite school in Taiwan. By drawing on the 'Asia as method' framework, we examine how cultural tensions are identified and moved towards a negotiated resolution between parents and school staff. As parents and school work to develop an…
Descriptors: Selective Admission, Parent Teacher Cooperation, Asian Culture, Western Civilization
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Ham, Seung-Hwan; Kim, Jihyun; Lee, Saerom – Multicultural Education Review, 2020
This study examines the possibility that certain schools may benefit more from culturally responsive leadership than others. We conceptualize culturally responsive leadership as a special form of leadership for uncertainty management. Acknowledging that student diversity usually adds additional complexity to the already difficult task of teaching,…
Descriptors: Culturally Relevant Education, Instructional Leadership, Student Diversity, Principals
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Figueiredo, Ana; Madero, Cristobal; Cano, Daniel – Multicultural Education Review, 2020
This manuscript presents the results of a pilot study, Kuykuitin. A project that provides history teachers of elite schools in Chile with firsthand contact with history teachers in an intercultural school in the Araucanía. This region is the conflict zone with higher levels of violence between the Mapuche and the Chilean State. The pilot study…
Descriptors: History Instruction, Pilot Projects, Student Attitudes, Advantaged
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