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Hudley, Anne H. Charity; Mallinson, Christine; Bucholtz, Mary – Teachers College Press, 2022
"Talking College" shows that language is fundamental to Black and African American culture and that linguistic justice is crucial to advancing racial justice, both on college campuses and throughout society. Writing from a linguistics-informed, Black-centered educational framework, the authors draw extensively on Black college students'…
Descriptors: Blacks, African American Students, Black Dialects, Language Usage
Tachine, Amanda R. – Teachers College Press, 2022
What is at stake when our young people attempt to belong to a college environment that reflects a world that does not want them for who they are? In this compelling book, Navajo scholar Amanda Tachine takes a personal look at 10 Navajo teenagers, following their experiences during their last year in high school and into their first year in…
Descriptors: Indigenous Populations, Indigenous Knowledge, Tribal Sovereignty, High School Seniors
Lally, Kevin – Teachers College Press, 2022
Based on the author's teaching experience, this book examines why and how many progressive White people are stuck when it comes to race. By locating contemporary Whiteness in its historical context, this book rethinks some of the foundational aspects of White attitudes and approaches to antiracism, including empathy, resistance, and privilege.…
Descriptors: Racial Bias, White Teachers, High School Students, White Students
Kwon, Jungmin – Teachers College Press, 2022
This book provides targeted suggestions that educators can use to ensure successful teaching and learning with today's growing population of transnational, multilingual students. The text offers insights based on the author's observations, interactions, and interviews with second-generation immigrant children, their families, and their teachers in…
Descriptors: Immigrants, Children, Multilingualism, Elementary School Students
Pewewardy, Cornel, Ed.; Lees, Anna, Ed.; Minthorn, Robin Zape-tah-hol-ah, Ed. – Teachers College Press, 2022
This book presents the Transformational Indigenous Praxis Model (TIPM), an innovative framework for promoting critical consciousness toward decolonization efforts among educators. The TIPM challenges readers to examine how even the most well-intentioned educators are complicit in reproducing ethnic stereotypes, racist actions, deficit-based…
Descriptors: Racial Bias, Ethnic Stereotypes, Ideology, Social Justice
Vavrus, Michael – Teachers College Press, 2022
This timely book examines how fascist ideology has taken hold among certain segments of American society and how this can be addressed in curriculum and instruction. Vavrus presents middle, secondary, and college educators and their students with a conceptual framework for enacting a critical multicultural pedagogy by analyzing discriminatory…
Descriptors: Authoritarianism, Teaching Methods, Multicultural Education, Civics
Irby, Decoteau J., Ed.; Anderson, Charity, Ed.; Payne, Charles M., Ed. – Teachers College Press, 2022
The word "dignity" is not typically used in education, yet it is at the core of strong pedagogy. This book names the concept and shows readers what education looks like when it is centered on students' dignity. By bringing together a collection of chapters written by authors with wide-ranging expertise, this volume presents a powerful…
Descriptors: Human Dignity, Social Justice, Individual Development, Social Emotional Learning
Heineke, Amy J.; Papola-Ellis, Aimee – Teachers College Press, 2022
Learn how to put children's diverse and storied experiences at the center of the curriculum. Schools are more diverse than ever before, but the texts and materials that typify classroom curricula continue to prioritize so-called mainstream stories and perspectives. These canonical texts often exclude the nuanced identities and rich lived…
Descriptors: Student Diversity, Inclusion, Reading Materials, Textbooks
Herrera, Socorro G. – Teachers College Press, 2022
This popular resource has transformed classrooms for thousands of teachers by providing how-to guidance for success with culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) students. It illustrates how to use strategies that recognize and leverage all the cultural and linguistic assets that students bring to their learning. This new edition situates…
Descriptors: Student Diversity, Culturally Relevant Education, Language Usage, Cultural Differences
Nichols, T. Philip – Teachers College Press, 2022
There is no shortage of innovations on offer for schools. Hardly a week passes without someone marching out the latest device, app, service, curricular add-on, or instructional technique that, we are told, is sure to cure the perennial woes of systemic education. This book is an investigation of this enchantment with "innovation" and its…
Descriptors: Educational Innovation, Equal Education, Public Schools, High Schools
Fenning, Pamela, Ed.; Johnson, Miranda, Ed. – Teachers College Press, 2022
The decades-long problem of disproportionate school discipline and school-based arrests of students with disabilities, particularly those who also identify as Black or Native American, is explored in this authoritative book. A team of interdisciplinary scholars, attorneys, and education practitioners focus on how disparities based on disability…
Descriptors: Discipline, Students with Disabilities, Disproportionate Representation, Minority Group Students
McMullen, Mary Benson – Teachers College Press, 2022
With its real-life stories and invitations for reflection and conversation, this book is an ideal professional development resource for pre- and in-service birth-age 3 professionals. The author shares lived experiences of being in four distinctly different baby rooms as a researcher over extended periods of time. She frames each story around…
Descriptors: Professional Development, Infants, Toddlers, Child Caregivers
Lyons, Suzanne – Teachers College Press, 2022
"Cooperative Games in Education" is the first comprehensive guide to the world of cooperative play and games for pre-K-12 learning. It includes a thorough pedagogical rationale and guidelines for practice, a survey of related research and scholarship, engaging anecdotes, illustrations, historical background, and an array of sample games…
Descriptors: Educational Games, Cooperation, Preschool Education, Elementary Secondary Education
Taylor, Catherine S. – Teachers College Press, 2022
This book addresses a problem that affects the work of all educators: how traditional methods of assessment undermine the capacity of schools to serve students with diverse cultural and social backgrounds and identities. Anchored in a commonsense notion of validity, this book explains how current K-12 assessment practices are grounded in the…
Descriptors: Student Diversity, Elementary Secondary Education, Cultural Differences, Student Evaluation
Willis, Arlette Ingram; McMillon, Gwendolyn Thompson; Smith, Patriann – Teachers College Press, 2022
Drawing on the authors' experiences as Black parents, researchers, teachers, and teacher educators, this timely book presents a multipronged approach to affirming Black lives and literacies. The authors believe change is needed--not within Black children, but in the way they are perceived and educated, particularly in reading, writing, and…
Descriptors: African American Students, Literacy Education, African American History, African American Culture
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