culturally relevant teaching
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IN THIS ISSUE
Culture matters when it comes to teaching and learning. Culturally relevant teaching assumes that every child enters a classroom with rich cultural knowledge and lived experiences that help them learn each day. In this issue of XChange, UCLA faculty, alumni, and students share their work to document and advance teaching that builds on these cultural assets and respects the strengths of all learners.
- Culturally-responsive Pedagogy
- Culturally Relevant Pedagogy: Ingredients for Critical Teacher Reflection
- Critical Pedagogy in an Urban High School English Classroom
- Urban schools: Teacher preparation for diversity
- Culturally responsive pedagogy for African American students: Promising programs and practices for enhanced academic performance
- Hearing Footsteps in the Dark: African American Students’ Descriptions of Effective Teachers
- They Don’t Show Nothing I Didn’t Know: Emergent Tensions Between Culturally Relevant Pedagogy and Mathematics Pedagogy.
- INSIDE VOICES: A look at Culturally Responsive Pedagogy through the lens of students
- Critical Media Education and Radical Democracy
- “Math is a powerful tool”: Youth Participatory Action Research in Algebra 1
- Culture, identity, and mathematics: Creating learning spaces for African-American males.
- An exploration of the impact of critical math literacies and alternative schooling spaces on the identity development of high school-aged Black males in South Los Angeles
- Classroom-In-Residence: Artwork Created by UCLA Community School Sixth Graders
- Culturally & Linguistically Responsive Lesson Plan for Kindergarten-1st Grade: Responsive Academic Vocabulary Using “Black Magic”
- Educator Laurence Tan Discusses His Practice