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Celebrating Difference: Best Practices in Culturally Responsive Teaching Online
The purpose of this article is to share best practices in the design of culturally and linguistically responsive online courses that support the culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) students we serve. Based on Gay’s (2010) culturally responsive teaching
practices, this article provides examples of online activities that are validating; comprehensive; multi-dimensional;
empowering; transformative, and emancipatory.
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