Journal for Multicultural Education: Volume 13 Issue 1


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Embedding values in teaching Islamic education among excellent teachers

Nur Hanani Hussin, Ab Halim Tamuri

The purpose of this study was to examine the process of embedding values implemented by excellent teachers in teaching Islamic education in the multi-cultural society.

Culturally responsive practices for teacher candidates: a neighborhood treasure hunt

Velma Johnson, Jan Carpenter, Centae Richards, Kathleen Brennan Vincent

The purpose of this paper is to explore how, and to what degree, culturally responsive field experiences influence the knowledge, beliefs, perspectives and abilities of…

Values congruence in multicultural groups: the causal mapping method

Yevgen Bogodistov, Moritz Botts, Florian Schlatterer

The purpose of this paper is to present the adoption and application of the causal mapping method for cognitive distances measurement in the multicultural domain.

Overcoming the odds: First-generation black and Latino male collegians’ perspectives on pre-college barriers and facilitators

Erik M. Hines, Joseph N. Cooper, Michael Corral

Black and Latino males face challenges to college-going that may alter their decision to attend college. However, many Black and Latino males have successfully enrolled…

Perceptions of culturally responsive pedagogy in teaching SEL

Tia Navelene Barnes, Kathleen McCallops

The purpose of this paper is to examine educators’ beliefs, perceptions and use of culturally responsive practices in implementing a social-emotional learning (SEL) intervention.

Transformative vision: Examining the racial literacy practices of a Black male teacher with his Black male students

Keisha McIntosh Allen

This paper aims to examine how a Black male teacher made sense of the ways racism and white supremacy function in schools and constrains his practice by addressing the…

A framework for helping teachers interrupt oppression in their classrooms

Meir Muller, Gloria S. Boutte

Providing insights into the need to go beyond superficial equity efforts in classrooms, the authors present a standardized test analogy to make the concept of oppression…

Critical multicultural education and preservice teachers’ multicultural attitudes

Zeki Arsal

This study aims to examine the effect of critical multicultural education on the multicultural attitudes of preservice teachers in a teacher education program.

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