In this section practitioners share glimpses into Ethnic Studies practices in K-12 classrooms highlighting their situated context as well as cautioning us against hasty implementation and quick fixes.
- Sean Arce,
“Ethnic Studies Approaches & Curriculum Unit Narrative.”
- Kyndall Brown,
Executive Director of the California Mathematics Project, discusses ethnic studies approaches to teaching mathematics.
Books that Dr. Brown mentions in his video:
- Math and Science Across Cultures: Activities and Investigations from the Exploratorium (2003) by Maurice Bazin and Modesto Tamez.
- The Multicultural Math Classroom: Bringing in the World (1995) by Claudia Zaslavsky.
- Multiculturalism in Mathematics, Science, and Technology (1993) by Thom Alcoze and Miriam Barrios-Chacon.
- Young Whan Choi, Elizabeth Humphries and Marisa Villegas,
“A Community of Praxis: Ethnic Studies Development in Oakland Unified School District”
- Roxanna Dueñas, Eduardo Lopez, and Jorge Lopez,
“Resistance, Resilience and Re-Imagination in the Ethnic Studies Classroom: A Reflection on Roosevelt High School’s Critical Ethnic Studies Course.”
- Jose Paolo Magcalas,
“Ethnic Studies and Youth Participatory Civic Action Research in Anaheim, California.”
- Sean Arce,
Ethnic Studies K-12 – XChange Issue
- Cover Page
- History of Ethnic Studies Timeline
- Political & Historical Context for Ethnic Studies: Voices from the Field
- Praxis – Ethnic Studies K-12 – XChange
- Reflections on Becoming an Ethnic Studies Educator
- 10 Years of the IMPACT Teacher Residency Program
- Coaching Across a Continuum: A Journey of Learning
- Ethnic Studies K-12
- The Power of Urban Teacher Residencies: The Impact of IMPACT
- Teacher Collaborative Inquiry
- Culturally Relevant Teaching
- Growing and Supporting Teacher Leadership
- Multiple Measures of Good Teaching
- Repertoires of Linguistic Practice
- Critical Uses of Media & Technology
- 15 Years of Lessons Learned