Journal for Multicultural Education: Volume 11 Issue 2


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Breaking the silence: teaching about difference

Elaine Correa, Colleen Wilkinson

Even as sites for higher education work to transform curricula and strive for greater diversity among students and faculties, little is done to create safe, inviting…

Multicultural integration in British and Dutch societies: education and citizenship

Christopher Adam Bagley, Nader Al-Refai

The purpose of this paper is to review and synthesize published studies and practice in the “integration” of ethnic and religious minorities in Britain and The…

Asian American high school students’ self-concepts and identities

Jing Gao

This study aims to explore Asian American students’ identities and their perceptions about who they are within the Midwestern American high school setting.

Early childhood teachers’ efficacy in the US rural Midwest: teaching culturally diverse learners

Julia Teresa Atiles, Jonathan Robert Douglas, Martha Allexsaht-Snider

The purpose of this study was to explore early childhood teachers’ sense of efficacy for working with immigrant children. In addition, this study examined the relationship…

From seeing to believing: using instructional video to develop culturally responsive teaching

Jordan P. Fullam

This paper aims to explore the potential for instructional video to build capacity in culturally responsive teaching, and outline an approach developed at NYU’s…

A scholar-practitioner perspective to promoting minority success in STEM

Megan Covington, Terry Chavis, April Perry

The purpose of this conceptual paper is to present the existing research on already effective programmatic efforts designed to increase diversity in STEM fields and to…

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