My Relationship to the Diverse Classroom Before, Outside Although I had been teaching for six years before taking my first formal education course, I have tended to approach my learning as an outsider looking in.
A critical analysis of Brian D. Schultz’s Spectacular Things Happen Along the Way (2008). Presented using Prezi (with embedded iMovie).
Multicultural curriculum is not bounded by disciplinary lines. Nor is it limited by subject or specific course. Multicultural curriculum cannot even be confined within schools alone. Yet, curriculum of all sorts requires interpersonal exchanges, and therein lie multiculturalism’s limitations. How curriculum is framed, conceptualized, developed, communicated, transformed, understood, etc. is ultimately all filtered through the …
“One of the signs of the times that frightens me is this: the insistence, in the name of democracy, freedom, and efficacy, on asphyxiating freedom itself and, by extension, creativity and a taste for the adventure of the spirit.
Make a one-page, visual introduction that answers the following questions: Who are you? What’s your teaching experience? What’s your experience with diverse learners? What’s one question you hope to answer through this course? Other???