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Implementing Culturally Competent Strategies in the Classroom
Culturally Competent vs. Traditional Teaching
See the different characteristics of a culturally responsive class vs. a class that is traditionally taught.
Full Annotated Bibliography
Great resource to learn more
Cultural Competence: A Primer for Education by
Publication Date: 2011
Defining cultural competence as “the ability to successfully teach students who come from cultures other than one’s own,” Moule outlines her purpose as helping teachers who work with culturally different students to address the biases and experiences that inadvertently hampers students’ success. Read a more thorough summary of the book
from the annotated bibliography.
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