2 edition of Integrating Service Learning and Multicultural Education in Colleges and Universities found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||July 1, 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 110 p. :|
|Number of Pages||57|
nodata File Size: 7MB.
Results The Conditions of Contact Theory The data demonstrate that the conditions of Allport's Contact Theory were met to varying degrees through this service-learning experience. The myth of post-racial America. By embedding service learning within the discourse of democracy, social justice, and equality, they have dared our society to live up to its lofty but unfulfilled promises.
Allport's intergroup contact hypothesis: Its history and influence. Handbook of Research on Multicultural Education pp. In more inclusive classrooms, the individuals charged with planning and facilitating a course investigate their own identities, biases, and values, and how these may influence the way they operate in the classroom.
They are: content integration, the knowledge construction process, prejudice reduction, an equity pedagogy, and an empowering school culture and social structure Banks, 1995a. We wonder whether increased contact would lead to greater impacts on our preservice teachers, or whether expanding the requirement would lead to frustration since many of the students work part-time while attending school that might limit the positive outcomes.
Research concerns, cautions and considerations on black males in a "post-racial" society. The promise of a community-based, participatory approach to service-learning in teacher education. She was not sure whether they all had the "grit" to work through it. " We wonder about what the Job Corps students feel in these situations.
SEATTLE, WA 98195-3600 General Questions: edinfo u. As an idea, multicultural education seeks to create equal educational opportunities for all students, including those from different racial, ethnic, and social-class groups. " We wonder if this questioning of purposes relates to the anxiety that some of the preservice teachers expressed about working with students at Job Corps.
I think you can better understand what they're saying and what they're talking about.
O'Grady, Integrating Service Learning and Multicultural Education: An Overview.
None of the authors pretend to have all the answers to what this integration should look like, nor do they believe that today's social problems are easily ameliorated through education.
An empowering school culture and social structure is created when the culture and organization of the school are transformed in ways that enable students from diverse racial, ethnic, and gender groups to experience equality and equal status.