Journal for Multicultural Education: Volume 14 Issue 3/4

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Beginning teachers’ knowledge-in-practice of multicultural science education

Hannah Kye

This paper aims to describe the results of a qualitative case study of three beginning elementary teachers’ knowledge-in-practice of multicultural science education.

Teaching with OER during pandemics and beyond

Jennifer Van Allen, Stacy Katz

Open Educational Resources (OER) are learning materials openly licensed so that others may retain, reuse, revise, remix or redistribute (the 5Rs) these materials. This…

Pedagogy of life beyond extinction

Liyana Eliza, Aishah Ahmad Sabki, Glenn Hardaker

The purpose of this study is a reaction to COVID-19 and is intended to transcend the regular thoughts to deeper issues towards humanity and nature. The study explores the…

Intercultural communication experiences among students and teachers: implication to in-service teacher professional development

Azam Othman, Norbaiduri Ruslan

This paper aims to present the qualitative findings on students’ and teachers’ experiences in communicating and interacting with students and teachers from different…

Texts, white lies and a videotape: white teachers teaching African American literature

Lisa Marie Westbrooks

The purpose of this paper is to share my personal memories and emotions of my experience as an African American, a Woman of Color, teacher-peer, teacher-researcher…

Exploring the career trajectories of Black male educators in p-12 education

Kimberly Underwood, Joy Taylor, Donna Smith, J. Medgar Roberts

This paper aims to provide a critical examination of the career trajectories of Black male educators through the discussion of key issues relevant to the professional…

(Un)affirming assimilation: depictions of dis/ability in health textbooks

Sherry L. Deckman, Ellie Fitts Fulmer, Keely Kirby, Katharine Hoover, Abena Subira Mackall

In light of the systemic and pervasive nature of ableism and how ableist ideology structures – or limits – educational opportunities, this paper aims to contribute to the…

Parent, teacher and student attitudes toward boundary-crossing teachers

Shahar Gindi, Yitzhak Gilat, Rachel Sagee

Minority teachers is a growing phenomenon that is encouraged as part of a quest to diversify teaching staff. Among minority teachers, there exists a group of…

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ISSN:

2053-535X

Online date, start – end:

2014

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Sherry Deckman