San Francisco: Children's Book Press, A must for teachers of all grade levels.
Through portraits and stories, 14 outstanding artists from diverse communities honor the ancestors who touched their lives. This book page book includes Joe Sam's beautiful portrait of his three aunts who raised him in Harlem during the s while working as maids in the white neighborhoods of Manhattan; and Hung Liu's portrait of her grandmother who made shoes for the family in China.
Can be used at any grade level. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, A series of essays from Harding's consultation on the Eyes on the Prize series. The page book provides good ideas and poses challenging questions for a course or a teacher study group. Caduto and Joseph Bruchac. Golden, CO: Fulcrum Inc.
Features a collection of North American Indian stories and related hands-on activities designed to inspire children. An interdisciplinary approach to teaching about the earth and Native-American cultures. New York: New Press, Loewen's book is an entertaining and eye-opening de-mything of key aspects of American history. It's both an effective critique of some of the most widely-used history texts as well as an alternative history.
New York: Teachers College Press, Nieto takes us beyond individual learners to discuss the social context of learning, the history and manifestations of educational equity, the influence of culture on learning, and critical pedagogy.
Centering on multicultural education as a transformative process, the text includes reflections of teachers who have undergone this process. Applied Research Center, An extremely user-friendly tool to measure racial equity in schools. The heart of this CD is an interactive reporting mechanism through which the user inputs raw data that are available from most school districts and the program then issues a 'racial justice report card.
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- Autobiography of a Corpse (New York Review Books Classics)?
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- Creating Scenes for Your Memoirs (Newcomb Guide to Nonfiction Writing Book 4)?
Hunter House. A comprehensive teaching handbook with all the information needed to implement a session core curriculum. It offers step-by-step instructions for sessions, anticipates difficult issues that may arise, and suggests ideas for follow-up both within the classroom and within the school or youth program. Sleeter connects multicultural education with issues of power. Chapters include: 'This curriculum is multicultural Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, Day's updated book provides classroom teachers and librarians with a quick reference for hundreds of multicultural titles as well as some thoughtful writing prompts.
Too many teachers have never read African-American literature. Most who have read individual works have not systematically explored the tradition and come to understand how it draws upon the vernacular language of African Americans.
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This anthology is where teachers who work with African-American children can find direction in their study of the African-American literary tradition. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann. This hilarious, unsparing, and touching narrative recounts the author's quest to make sense of the Standards movement.
Ohanian explores the ironic results of the movement in schools e. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, This resource both inspires teachers to teach for justice and provides classroom-ready ideas that work. The lessons integrate various curricular areas and are presented in a sequential fashion. Includes an excellent resource bibliography. Brown Company, New York: The New Press, Gives an excellent background on issues related to language and literacy. Delpit shows how educators' unconscious assumptions about race and culture play out in classrooms with harmful, if unintended, consequences.
A vital resource for teacher education.
This is a map, not a book, but it comes with a teaching guide. It presents all countries according to their true size. Traditional Mercator projection maps distort sizes, making Europe appear much larger than it actually is.
- La gestation pour autrui : Fictions et réalité (Documents) (French Edition)?
- Getting to the Positive Paradigm of Change.
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- Slow Dance in Purgatory (Purgatory Series Book 1)?
- Midnight Fantasy (Mills & Boon Desire).
- Delaneys People: A Novel in Small Stories.
- Tarnished Amongst the Ton (Mills & Boon Historical).
The best single volume history of the United States. No teacher should be without a copy. Some sections are readable by high school students. New York: Monthly Review Press, Role-plays and writing activities help students explore issues about work and social change.
An essential curriculum for history and economics teachers, or for school-to-work programs. Preventing Prejudice, Marta Hawthorne, et al. Age-appropriate gay-positive curriculum for grades K A valuable resource for teachers to talk openly and respectfully with their students about gays and lesbians and take concrete steps to diminish homophobia.
In this practical, inspirational book, Christensen draws on herplus years as a high school teacher to describe her vision of teaching reading, writing, and language courses that are rooted in an unwavering focus on social justice. Includes essays, lesson plans, and a remarkable collection of student writing. Routledge, Covers the scope of social oppressions, emphasizing interactions among racism, sexism, classism, anti-Semitism, heterosexism, and ableism.
Rethinking Schools, Educators, linguists, writers and students examine the lessons of the Ebonics controversy and unravel complexities of the issue that have never been acknowledged. New York: W. Norton, This anthology includes work from such notable authors as LeslieSilko and Louise Erdrich and lesser-known writers from a variety of Native cultures. It is groundbreaking in its depth, breadth, militancy, and beauty. Philadelphia: American Friends Service Committee, This major event in U.baskitea.com/components/numerology/2651.php
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Resistance in Paradise fills the gap with over 50 lesson plans, role plays and readings for grades Includes illustrations, cartoons, maps, and photographs. Milwaukee, WI: Rethinking Schools, 2nd edition This widely acclaimed book asks educators to think about the racial and cultural biases in traditional tales of 'discovery,' and provides numerous teaching ideas that encourage students to think critically about these myths.
An essential volume for teacher education. Greatly expanded from the first edition, which sold almost a quarter of a million copies. Highlights from the country's leading education reform journal on curriculum, testing and tracking, national education policy, anti-bias education, and school communities.
Milwaukee, WI: Rethinking Schools; This collection includes creative teaching ideas, compelling classroom narratives and hands-on examples of ways teachers can promote values of community, justice, and equality ' and build academic skills. Supplements the first volume of Rethinking Our Classrooms , which has sold over , copies. Practical from-the-classroom stories from teachers about how they attempt to teach for social justice. Extends and deepens many of the themes introduced in the first volume of Rethinking Our Classrooms. Chardon Press. Roots of Justice recaptures some of the nearly forgotten histories of communities of color.
These are the stories of people who fought back against exploitation and injustice ' and won. From the Zoot Suiters who refused to put up with abuse at the hands of the Navy to the women who organized the welfare rights movement of the s, Roots of Justice shows how, through organizing, ordinary people have made extraordinary contributions to change society. In a time of cynicism, this is an especially needed book. Covers the major issues surrounding 'school choice,' vouchers, and other efforts to privatize our public schools. More than 35 articles by nationally respected educators and policy-makers explain how vouchers and marketplace approaches to education threaten our basic concepts of equality and opportunity.
Ideal for communities facing charter, voucher or other privatization initiatives. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, This wonderful book is still the best introduction to the study of Black language. It is required reading for teachers who work with African-American children. New York: Routledge, A compilation of course syllabi, lessons, and resources for college courses and staff development on issues of racism, sexism, classism, anti-Semitism, heterosexism, and ableism.
United for a Fair Economy. Field-tested by high school teachers, this innovative economics curriculum looks at the human implications of economic policies. These 21lesson plans are designed to stimulate dialogue and encourage active student participation in the high school or college classroom. A unique mix of hands-on, historical and inspirational writings. The topics include education through social action, writing and community building, and adult literacy.
Paul, MN: Redleaf Press.
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