I also need help addressing why this topic is of interest and value and how I, as an instructor for early childcare providers/teachers, can use this research topic?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 3:03 am ad1c9bdddf
One of the interesting things about multi-cultural education, at any age level other than college, is the static that teachers, administrators and school systems get from parents and sometimes other community members. It almost seems that people are frightened that learning about other cultures and peoples will brainwash children. This could not be further from the truth.
However, it is worth mentioning that multi-cultural education is stressful for some, and that sensitivity is essential when attempting to implement such a program or curriculum, especially when dealing with sexual orientation issues. That one appears to be the most controversial. You will encounter ...
Beirf discussion of appropriate decisions in choosing multicultural books for young children in school, with list of relevant Web site URLs for further research.
The need for schools and teachers to connect with families of English language learners
There is a strong need for schools and teachers to connect with families of English language learners. To facilitate this collaborative spirit, educators must encourage parents of all cultures to become part of the school culture. Think about what you would like parents to know as they partner with you in educating their child. What could parents share about their culture that would help the classroom teacher be more effective? Design a series of three presentations/activities for parents and students at your school wherein cultural diversity is honored and respected. Your plan should include a purpose for each activity, a description of the target group you are addressing, an explanation of the activity, a time frame, and the materials/resources needed to execute each activity.View Full Posting Details