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Moving From Teacher Bias to Teacher Agency

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This is a video of a 90-minute seminar led by Rebekah Berlin and Dr. Robert Berry with a group of future teachers around the idea of acknowledging teacher bias and developing teacher agency, particularly around issues of equity in mathematics. What's powerful about this is Ms. Berlin's willingness to share how she confronted her own biases as a new teacher and realizes that "my locus of control turned out to be much larger than I thought" (at about 1:18:00). There are many ways to use… Read more

Categories:
Equity, Social justice, Anti-bias education, Culturally responsive pedagogy
Content Areas:
Math
Media type:
Video/Movie
Citation:

The seminar discussion is based on a book chapter of the same title:

Berlin, R. & Berry III, R. Q. (2018). Confronting the lies I tell myself. In M. Civil, D. White, & S. Celedon-Pattichis (Eds.). Access and Equity: Promoting High Quality Mathematics in Grades 3-5 (pp. 9-20). Reston, VA: National Council of Teaches of Mathematics

Leading Equity Podcast

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Leading Equity is a podcast in which the host, Dr. Sheldon Eakins, interviews guests about their areas of expertise related to diversity. The topics cover wide ranging issues of diversity including social and emotional learning, universal design for learning (UDL), bilingual education, food insecurity, and educational policy.

Categories:
Language diversity, Cultural diversity, Special education, Inclusive practices, Equity, Social justice, Diverse income levels, Anti-bias education, Culturally responsive pedagogy, Social emotional learning
Content Areas:
General
Media type:
Podcast

Separate and Still Unequal: Race in America's Schools

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Marking the 65th anniversary of the landmark court decision Brown v. Board of Education, this issue of the journal Educational Leadership examines pressing issues and opportunities surrounding race in America's schools.  Articles present ideas on how today's educators can understand and address racial issues and help dismantle segregation and inequity in education. The issue is available on the Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development website and includes a… Read more

Categories:
Equity, Social justice, Anti-bias education, Culturally responsive pedagogy
Content Areas:
General
Media type:
Other
Citation:

Rebora, A. (2019). Separate and still unequal: Race in America's Schools [Special issue]. Educational Leadership, 76 (7).

SciGirls: Gender Equitable Teaching Strategies

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This website was built for an NSF grant on Gender Equitable Teaching Strategies at St.Catherine's University.   The website includes many resources on gender equity in science and culturally responsive practices.   Embedded videos provide role model profiles of women scientists and presentations on such topics as culturally responsive teaching, … Read more

Categories:
Cultural diversity, Gender diversity, Inclusive practices, Equity, Anti-bias education, Culturally responsive pedagogy, Social emotional learning
Content Areas:
Science
Media type:
Organization Website
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How Do I Teach Mathematics in a Culturally Responsive Way?

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Ukpokodu presents a myriad of instructional and general classroom strategies that teachers can integrate into the mathematics classroom. 

Categories:
Cultural diversity, Culturally responsive pedagogy
Content Areas:
Math
Media type:
Article: Research
Citation:

Ukpokodu, O. N. (2011). How do I teach mathematics in a culturally responsive way? Identifying empowering teaching practices. Multicultural Education, 18 (3), 47-56.

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Culture Matters in Science: Culturally Relevant Teaching

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The authors discuss how to weave together culturally relevant teaching and science education. This article describes instructional strategies that are used with culturally and linguistically diverse students and their families. 

Categories:
Cultural diversity, Culturally responsive pedagogy
Content Areas:
Science
Media type:
Article: Conceptual
Citation:

Pang, V. O., Lafferty, K. E., Pang, J. M., Griswold, J., and Oser, R. (2014). Culture matters in science: Culturally relevant teaching. Science and Children, 51 (5), 44-49.

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What Do Latino Students Want from School

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This article discusses what some Latinx high school students recommend that educators integrate into the classroom. For example, they would like to see more inclusion of their viewpoints, respect for the Spanish language, and integration of Latino and Mexican American history into the curriculum. The students would like to see that they are an important component of the school and the educational process.

Categories:
Cultural diversity, Equity
Content Areas:
General
Media type:
Article: Conceptual
Citation:

Irizarry, J. G. (2015). What Latino students want from school. Educational Leadership, 72 (6), 66-71.

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Culturally Responsive Teaching: Theory, Research, and Practice

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As one of the founders of multicultural education, Gay describes the multidimensional nature of culturally responsive teaching.  She explains methods that teachers can use in their classrooms to enhance student achievement and validate students. Her work is based on the value of social justice in schools.

Categories:
Cultural diversity, Equity, Culturally responsive pedagogy
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Media type:
Book
Citation:

Gay, G. (2018). Culturally responsive teaching (3rd ed.).  New York, NY: Teachers College Press

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Mathematics for Whom: Reframing and Humanizing Mathematics

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With a focus on the elementary classroom, this paper analyzes the purported neutrality of mathematics textbook word problems and considers ways to use mathematics to analyze social inequities in the world.

Categories:
Gender diversity, Inclusive practices, Equity, Social justice, Sexual orientation
Content Areas:
Math
Media type:
Article: Conceptual
Citation:

Yeh, C., & Otis, b. M. 92019). Mathematics for Whom: Reframing and Humanizing Mathematics. Occasional Paper Series, 2019 (41).

CCTE Reader on Social Justice

Description:

The CCTE Reader on Social Justice is an e-book that contains 18 articles about social justice and teacher education, selected from Teacher Education Quarterly & Issues in Teacher Education. Topics include breaking the cycle of racism in the classroom, examining the practice of critical reflection for developing pre-service teachers’ multicultural competencies, inclusion and students with autism, supporting the development of new social justice educators, the urban university and teacher… Read more

Categories:
Emergent bilinguals/ELs, Language diversity, Cultural diversity, Special education, Inclusive practices, Equity, Social justice, Diverse income levels, Anti-bias education, Culturally responsive pedagogy
Content Areas:
General
Media type:
Book
Citation:

Flores, J., Cardinal, D., Nelson, T. & Soohoo, S. (Eds.) (2017). The CCTE Reader on Social Justice. Published for California Council on Teacher Education, San Francisco: Caddo Gap Press.