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Freedom's Plow : Teaching in the Multicultural Classroom - Jim Fraser

Freedom's Plow

Teaching in the Multicultural Classroom

By: Jim Fraser (Editor), Theresa Perry (Editor)

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Published: 19th February 1993
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"Freedom's Plow" is the first volume designed to provide teachers and teachers-in-training with the practical resources they need to make their teaching practice and classrooms more multicultural. Parts II and III present the voices and experiences of teachers from first grade to college level who are actually engaged in multicultural teaching efforts. The contributors examine what redefining their practice as multicultural has meant for their work in terms of content, pedagogy, power and indeed their own attitudes and values. The volume concludes by focusing on the power arrangements, perspectives and personnel policies needed if schools are to emerge as truly multicultural, multiethnic democracies.

Preface
Acknowledgments
Multicultural Education: An Issue at the Heart of Democratic Education
Reconstructing Schools as Multiracial/Multicultural Democracies: Toward a Theoretical Perspectivep. 3
The Practice of Multicultural Education: Doing the Work
Different Ways of Seeing: Teaching in an Anti-Racist Schoolp. 27
Classroom Tapestry: A Practitioner's Perspective on Multicultural Educationp. 47
The Blind Men (Women) and the Elephant: A Case for a Comprehensive Multicultural Education Program at the Cambridge Rindge and Latin Schoolp. 65
Transformative Pedagogy and Multiculturalismp. 91
Multicultural Teacher Introspectionp. 99
Developing the Curriculum of Multicultural Education: Revisioning the Canon and Curriculum of the Schools
Promises, Pitfalls, and Principles of Text Selection in Curricular Diversification: The Asian-American Casep. 109
Beyond Island Boundaries: Ethnicity, Gender, and Cultural Revitalization in Nuyorican Literaturep. 121
In Search of Asia through Music: Guidelines and Ideas for Teaching Asian Musicp. 143
African American Children's Literature: The First One Hundred Yearsp. 167
The Passions of Pluralism: Multiculturalism and the Expanding Communityp. 185
To Fight Swimming with the Current: Teaching Movement Historyp. 197
School Structures that Foster Multicultural Education: Shifting the Power, Shifting the Players
One Step Among Many: Affirming Identity in Anti-Racist Schoolsp. 215
Afrocentric Immersion: Academic and Personal Development of African American Males in Public Schoolsp. 231
"I Am Still Thirsty": A Theorization on the Authority and Cultural Location of Afrocentrismp. 261
"Choice" for the Chosen: The False Promise of Market-Driven Educationp. 271
The Politics of Teaching Literate Discoursep. 285
About the Authorsp. 297
Indexp. 303
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ISBN: 9780415907002
ISBN-10: 0415907004
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
For Ages: 18 years old
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 352
Published: 19th February 1993
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 25.45 x 17.83  x 1.83
Weight (kg): 0.59
Edition Number: 1