- UPDATE THE POWER POINT TO SUPPORT THE MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION THEORY YOU CHOOSE
- Create a lesson plan surrounding the information on the Power Point Presentation
- Write the 4-6-page paper surrounding it and based on the grading rubric
- I WILL HANDLE THE RECORDING
- GRADING RUBRIC MUST BE FOLLOWED
Analyze your use of a multicultural education theory or model in a lesson (4â€“6 pages). Capture 5â€“8 minutes of yourself teaching the lesson to demonstrate your ability to use multicultural teaching strategies in your setting.
Part 1: Lesson Materials and Theoretical Analysis
- Identify the multicultural education theory or model to implement in your setting.
- Explain which components of the theory or model apply to the students in your setting.
- How does this model or theory meet the specific needs and cultural experiences of your students?
- How did you decide which components to implement?
- Include the lesson that follows the guidelines of the theory/model.
Resources: Theories of Multicultural Education
- The following articles provide a variety of theories on multicultural education and culturally relevant pedagogy.
- Aguirre, J. M., & del Rosario Zavala, M. (2013). Making culturally responsive mathematics teaching explicit: A lesson analysis tool. Pedagogies, 8(2), 163â€“190.
- Banks, J. A. (2013). The construction and historical development of multicultural education, 1962â€“2012. Theory Into Practice, 52, 73â€“82.
- Edwards, S., & Edick, N. A. (2012). Culturally responsive teaching for significant relationships. Journal of Praxis in Multicultural Education, 7(1), 1â€“18.
- Ford, B. A., Stuart, D. H., & Vakil, S. (2014). Culturally responsive teaching in the 21st century inclusive classroom. Journal of the International Association of Special Education, 15(2), 56â€“62.
- Herrera, S. G., Holmes, M. A., & Kavimandan, S. K. (2012). Bringing theory to life: Strategies that make culturally responsive pedagogy a reality in diverse secondary classrooms. International Journal of Multicultural Education, 14(3), 1â€“19.
- Ladson-Billings, G. (2014). Culturally relevant pedagogy 2.0: A.k.a. the remix. Harvard Educational Review, 84(1), 74â€“84.
- Shevalier, R., & McKenzie, B. A. (2012). Culturally responsive teaching as an ethics- and care-based approach to urban education. Urban Education, 47(6), 1086â€“1105.
- van Geel, M., & Vedder, P. (2011). Multicultural attitudes among adolescents: The role of ethnic diversity in the classroom. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 14(4), 549â€“558.
- Wender, E. (2014). The practice of empathy. English Journal, 103(6), 33â€“37.
Resources: Culturally Responsive Assessment
- The articles below provide research and resources on culturally responsive assessment strategies.
- DeLuca, C., & Lam, C. Y. (2014). Preparing teachers for assessment within diverse classrooms: An analysis of teacher candidates’ conceptualizations. Teacher Education Quarterly, 41(3), 3â€“24.
- Lew, M. M., & Nelson, R. F. (2016). New teachers’ challenges: How culturally responsive teaching, classroom management, and assessment literacy are intertwined. Multicultural Education, 23(3/4), 7â€“13.
- Hramiak, A. (2015). Applying the framework for culturally responsive teaching to explore the adaptations that teach first beginning teachers use to meet the needs of their pupils in school. Cogent Education, 2(1), 1â€“14.
- Wlodkowski, R. J., & Ginsberg, M. B. (1995). A framework for culturally responsive teaching. Educational Leadership, 53(1), 17â€“21.
Resources: Multicultural Education Critique
Responses to Multicultural Education
The resources below provide a critical perspective of multicultural education.