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...Multicultural Education Evaluation of Text: Can Multicultural Education Improve Engagement and Attachment? Part I The text hypothesises that since researchers have linked the achievement gap among diverse cultures to attention and engagement, a multicultural education will likely close the achievement gap. In support of this hypothesis, the text goes on to define multicultural education and to provide an analysis of the various theories of multicultural education. The main issue is attention and engagement and its impact on achievement. Married to this issue is the causes and cures of attention and engagement which invariably explain the achievement... ?Christian Gordon Prof. Ramirez English102 May 6,...
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...Multicultural Education s Multicultural Education rooms in the 21st century have a diverse blend of different cultures from all over the world. It is important that educators are informed on issues concerning current trends and methodology regarding educating multicultural students. It is also important that the classes reflect the diverse needs of these students. Students who enroll in schools, which accommodate cultural diversity, always perform better and excel in their disciplines. Furthermore, there is tolerance to cultural needs among teachers who incorporate cultural diversity in their teaching. Creating a...
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Multicultural Leadership
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...Multicultural Leadership Multicultural Leadership The 21st century workplace is a diverse and multicultural. Advent of technology has resulted in a multicultural workplace and the best way to manage it effectively is to develop multicultural leaders who can lead diverse and multicultural workplaces. Therefore, it is essential for an organization to create conditions where multicultural leadership flourishes. Apart from having a diverse work place there are various other factors that need to be present for multicultural leadership to flourish in an organization. There must be no psychological barriers of identity, privilege and ethnocentrism in the organization. Employees must be encouraged... ...
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Multicultural Education
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...Multicultural Education 2008 Multicultural Education The concept of multicultural education has recently become one of the most debated topics in thefield of education. The historical origin of this approach can be traced back to the civil rights movements when African Americans and other historically oppressed minorities challenged discriminatory educational practices in the 1960s (Davidman and Davidman, 1997). Since those days multicultural education has developed into a broad framework encompassing variety of models that all share the core principles of multicultural approach....
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Multicultural Organizations
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...Multicultural Organizations Rapid economic globalization insists that organizations have to have the capa to operate in diverse cultural settings. Community ceased to labor in a narrow-minded marketplace. Organizations and organizational processes are part of the worldwide economy. Competition is coming from all continents. Organizations are being compelled to be open to change and creative in order to remain competitive. This can only succeed through embracing diversity. Modern day management entails taking maximum advantage of workplace diversity. Managing diversity remains one of the challenges facing organizational leadership. Organizational managers must get acquainted with the skills... ...
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...Multicultural Education Affiliation: Summary The article is a brief discussion about what multicultural education is and what it entails. It moves from the definition of multicultural education which is an educational movement that is aimed at fulfilling the values such as justice, equality, freedom as well as opportunities to its goals, advantages and disadvantages. The article also provides recommendation of what can be done in classrooms to ensure that multicultural education is embraced and utilized. These recommendations are provided through a series of examples which can be provided through different lessons in a classroom (Garcia, 2009). How it could be used to better teach students... ...
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Multicultural Education
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...Multicultural Education Culturally diverse may find it difficult to talk with their peers and teachers in the room. This imparts the need for schools to develop such programs that increase cooperation among culturally diverse students. Students’ engagement in the studies increases with the integrative measures taken by teachers. TeachHUB.com is a website meant to impart educational guidelines, lessons, and much more for multicultural learners. The website is just as useful for the teachers as it is for the multicultural students as it provides a variety of learning tools, lessons, and methodologies of learning that teachers can use to improve the quality of education in a classroom setting... ...
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Multicultural Society
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...multicultural. However, in my opinion there is still a great number of closed societies on the planet, for example most countries of the Middle East or Asian countries. To begin with, I would define a multicultural society as a society with the coexistence of numerous... Throughout this century, the society has significantly changed, and the majority of people all over the world believe that this change is for the better. As recently as 100 years ago people were living in closed communities, limited by their countries or even towns; while now various cultures can meet each other within one city. Many countries, such as the United States, Australia and countries of European Union claim that they are...
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Multicultural Counseling
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...Multicultural Counseling Today, the world is becoming a multiethnic, multiracial and a multilingual society and issue of stereotyping is inevitable. Therefore, there is a need for counseling to address issues of race, ethnicity and cultural differences that are facing our society. Multicultural counseling is a form of therapy that focuses both on racial and ethnic diversity of an individual. More so, this therapy covers an individual’s sexual orientation, ability or disability, social class, race, gender, and spirituality among others. Therefore, multicultural counseling refers to counseling individuals taking into account their cultural...
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...Multicultural Education Evaluation of Text: Can Multicultural Education Improve Engagement and Attachment? Part I The text hypothesises that since researchers have linked the achievement gap among diverse cultures to attention and engagement, a multicultural education will likely close the achievement gap. In support of this hypothesis, the text goes on to define multicultural education and to provide an analysis of the various theories of multicultural education. The main issue is attention and engagement and its impact on achievement. Married to this issue is the causes and cures of attention and engagement which invariably explain... the achievement gap. The achievement gap is not...
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Multicultural Education
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...MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION Introduction The cultural diversity that is increasingly exhibiting among learners around the world and the United States in particular has gained significant government attention. In this regard, it is important to undertake critical discussion on the topic to seek insight into its contribution in modern United States society. The following texts offer different perspectives of the concept. Banks, J. A., & Banks, C. A. M. G. (2010). Multicultural education: Issues and perspectives. Hoboken, N.J: Wiley. The authors offer an insight into the history of the US multicultural characteristics and its influence in...
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...Multicultural education is an emerging discipline whose main aim is to ensure equality in education among the people from different backgrounds, forexample race, culture, and social class. Chapman (2004) states that the main aim of this new discipline is to equip these people with the necessary knowledge, skills and attitudes that will enable them to function effectively in a diverse society creating a community whose purpose will be for the common good of all its members. Multicultural education draws upon knowledge from more established disciplines such as ethnic studies and women studies and tends to challenge or reinterpret this knowledge. This...
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Multicultural Education
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...Multicultural Education Affiliation Challenger elementary school within the larger Pearland community was opened in 1993, and it is located off 9434 Hughes Ranch road (Great Schools). The school’s head mistress and deputy headmistress are Lisa Nelson and Brooke Newell respectively. In addition, the school currently boasts of 57 staff and 694 students (Great Schools). The immediate adjacent surrounding environment to the school consists of pristinely developed housing of what appears to be sober members of the community. The area is cosmopolitan as it contains a diverse collection of individual not only native to the area but also of international descent. The majority...
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Multicultural Relations
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...Multicultural Relations The historical relationship between African Americans and other groups Studies show that the relations between African Americans and the whites have always been sore. Scholarly research highlight that the whites, a dominant cultural group, always despised African American people in many places including schools and market places. Although, they all lived in one country, the white people could not even allow romantic relationships with African Americans (David, Barbara, and Marcela 5). Three decades down the line, according to scholars, not much has changed. White people continue to discriminate African Americans living in the States against racial,...
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Multicultural Education
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...Multicultural Education Americans are faced with a paradox with an educational system that teaches American principles, ideals, and history in a classroom where the nation's wide diversity is treasured. Teaching culture is often focused on issues such as English as the only language or Columbus's controversial discovery of America. Yet, these are not the issues that define America as a nation, and they are not the issues that celebrate our great diversity. Multicultural education has become a necessity in today's global classrooms that are populated by students from around the world. The question is not whether or not the educational system will offer a...
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Multicultural Mall
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...multicultural mall will evidence their interest and support in the project. In relation to this, their attitude could also be an additional... How to Tell a Business’ Success Full Starting a project is indeed difficult but making it succeed is another story thus, plans must be intensely researched and well-laid. With a good plan, one can easily monitor the success of an undertaking and even project the outcome as the business is implemented. At the start of the enterprise, one can know that the project is a success if there is an observed increase in community involvement. People will notice the good the business brings to the community and therefore, the presence and activities of people in the...
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Multicultural Education
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...Multicultural Education Affiliation Challenger elementary school is in Pearland Texas. Challenger school is located at 9434Hughes ranch road, and school hours are often between 8:00am -3:00pm.It is one of the twenty-one elementary schools in the Pearland independent school district. The school principal is Lisa Nelson deputized by Brooke Newell. The school has 57 staffs and 694 students. The school neighborhood is surrounded by resources that are of the essence in the promotion of multicultural education. Some of the resources that promote multicultural education in the Pearland community are local parks, restaurants, school community...
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Multicultural Awareness
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...Multicultural Awareness Multicultural awareness is considered to be an important aspect and people must possess the knowledge about the various cultures and communities. Each stages of a man’s life are based on the cultural background of a person. Culture and community of a person will certainly affect the development stages. As a counselor, I strongly believe that socio-cultural aspects decide the development of a person. This can be achieved after a person goes through a process of self realization and self awareness. One must analyze himself in order to lead the life in a more peaceful manner. Lack of self awareness leads to various problems and self awareness will certainly help a person...
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Multicultural Education
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...Multicultural Education Critical Reflection Paper Module: SCG 408 Submitted by: Noelle Davies A multicultural approach to education is suited to multicultural societies, which have over the years succeeded in assimilating diversity from around the world. The United States of America and many other developed nations in the world have people from every nation living and working together to present a new whole. Thus, educators in the United States of America and other diverse nations must teach to multicultural classes. However, the concept of multiculturalism in education evolved gradually over time as new ideas replaced old values and notions. Today, educators must try to do... Critical Reflection # 3:...
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Multicultural organization
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...Multicultural Organization Introduction In the present day diversity norms and regulations in all the organizations across the globe has been a widely practiced phenomenon. Most of the organizations have created a pool of talent that come from different backgrounds. The diversity in terms of gender, race, ethnicity and sexual orientation is being maintained by almost all the Fortune 500 organizations as well as those which follow the same path as the former. As a result of this diversity, most of the organizations benefit as it helps them to make a holistic approach to the business problems and enables them provide with solutions that look after the needs of the people...
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Multicultural Psychology
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...Multicultural Psychology Applicable Racial Ethnic Identity Model I well fit in the Poston Biracial model which is applicable to individuals of a single ethnicity or race. This stage model was proposed to act as a way of addressing identification with multiple groups. The first stage being the personal identification stage involves a sense of self independent from racial backgrounds. For instance this is the stage that we develop self esteem and self worth. The second is the choice of group categorization where we tend to choose the groups that we belong. In this case from the religious values we learn I would choose the Muslim group. The third stage is the denial stage...
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Multicultural Education
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...Multicultural Education Introduction Effective instruction requires research that demonstrates compatibility of culturally pertinent pedagogy. Multicultural education is instruction that involves parties across cultures. People differ in thoughts involving religion, economic, ethnic values, linguistic backgrounds, immigrant status; social class etc (Banks, 2000, p. 206). This paper shall analyze community demographics and predict the form of diversity expected in the classroom. It shall identify cases which represent the diverse groups found within the community. The paper will research upon the social services and community resources available and...
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Multicultural Education
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...Multicultural Education Since its earliest conceptualization in the 1960s, multicultural education has been refocused,transformed, re-conceptualized in a constant evolution state in both practice and theory (Ness and Stephen 21). It is rare for any two education scholars and classroom teachers to have the same definition for multicultural education. Just like any dialogue on education, individuals tend to mould concepts to fit their particular focus. Multicultural education can also be discussed as a shift in curriculum (Vavrus 22). This definition is a way of adding prospective and diverse material to make it more inclusive in traditionally underrepresented groups. Other people talk about... Task:...
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Multicultural Understanding
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...Multicultural Understanding A scholar practitioner learns from experience. He/she formulates theories and verifies or alters them by undergoing certain experiences. This is essentially learning by applying theory to practice. Anybody that learns from practice in the contemporary society must have a sound understanding of the term “multiculturalism”, multiculturalism being amongst the most prominent feature of the society in the present age. Multiculturalism, as the name indicates, is a diversity of cultures. This means a diversity of norms, values, beliefs, trends and traditions and such other social elements. A scholar...
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Multicultural Management
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...MULTICULTURAL WORKFORCE page ………………………………………………………………………… Table of contents ………………………………………………………………… Introduction ……………………………………………………………………… 1 Multicultural workforce in the hospitality industry ……………………………… 3 Challenges faced in multicultural workforce management ………………………. 6 Effectful multicultural workforce management ………………………………….. 9 Conclusion ……………………………………………………………………….. 15 References …………………………………………………………………………16 Introduction With the concept of globalization already having taken root in the world, more and more people are seeking employment in various countries outside their home. This has brought about a mixture of culture in the work place... . A multicultural...
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Multicultural Education
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...Multiculturalism Learning objective: With rapid movement of students across countries for education, it has become inevitable to incorporate the importance of multiculturalism in the high school education. The learning objectives proposed in this course are To develop the ability for identification of issues or problems resulting from multiculturalism. To express right emotions... Education - assignments Task The first instance when the teacher had demonstrated sensitivity to parents was when the translators were employed to ensure effective communication between the teacher and parents. The teacher wanted to convey all the finer details about the class and the assessments the parents. She never...
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Multicultural Workplace
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...multicultural workplace 03 April 2009 "Culture can be defined as the coherent, shared view of a group of people about life's concerns that ranks what is important, furnishes attitudes about what things are appropriate and dictates behaviour"(Beamer and Varner 2001) Modern world, with its increasingly global workspaces and multicultural work forces, faces a huge challenge in managing and retaining such a workforce. That the workforces are getting increasingly global, is a given. How can we create a successful working environment comprising of a set of employees hailing from diverse cultures and backgrounds How can we enable excellence at work... Evaluate the factors necessary for a successful...
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Multicultural Management
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...MULTICULTURAL WORKFORCE page Table of contents Introduction Multicultural workforce in the hospitality industry 3 Challenges faced in multicultural workforce management . 6 Effectful multicultural workforce management .. 9 Conclusion .. 15 References 16 Introduction With the concept of globalization already having taken root in the world, more and more people are seeking employment in various countries outside their home. This has brought about a mixture of culture in the work place. A multicultural work force is one in which a company employs members from various ethnic, racial, religious, and gender backgrounds. This brings about diversity... since their survival is based on...
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Multicultural Perspectives
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...Multicultural Perspectives of July 14, This paper is about the presentation of an in-service training to a hypothetical health sector that offers a range of medical and mental health service in a diverse cultural and ethnic setting. It looks at the general methods of handling cultural matters as well as some specific issues a practitioner should be sensitive to when handling people form the Asian-American, Arab-American and Latino communities. Keywords: diverse, multicultural, mental, health, psychology. Introduction Diversity and multicultural matters are very important elements in the discharge of health and psychological services to...
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Multicultural Maladjustments
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...Multicultural Maladjustments It is not easy to live in your own country as a stranger. Those who live amidst two or more cultures always have an uncomfortable feeling of being outsiders. This is poignantly brought out in the three books I am now going to discuss, “The Namesake” by Jhumpa Lahiri, “Persepolis-2” by Marjane Satrapi and “Anil’s Ghost” by Michael Ondaatje. All these three books deal with the conflict that results from being between two or more cultures. In “The Namesake”, it is the struggle for identity of a boy of Indian origin in America that is portrayed, in “Anil’s Ghost”, the author describes the travails of a young Sinhalese woman, and in “Persepolis”,...
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Multicultural Counseling
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...Multicultural Counseling Q What general knowledge acquisition areas about African Americans do practitioners have to acquire and be aware of in order to counsel this particular population? Evidence from research suggests that ethnic groups including African Americans seldom make use of counseling services, as they consider counseling an ethnocentric activity that is founded in the values of white middle classes. Hence the first requisite in counseling Afro-Americans is to understand that they represent a different group with different values than the while class. Understanding their values is the core knowledge acquisition that is required in their counseling. There are...
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Multicultural Care
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...MULTICULTURAL CARE 8th October Part I Question One of the factors that made Ms. Lamas to believe that she was unable to learn English, unable to make a living, unable to say no to others, and unable to live independently from others and that she was an immigrant from Colombia. Additionally, she was a victim of an intimate partner as well as lack of financial assistance from her sons. Question 2 One of the major traumatic events that affected Ms. Lamas’ presentation was the La Violencia, a conflict that occurred in Columbia (Comas-Diaz, 2011). Even though the conflict did not affect her directly, she was traumatized by the nature of suffering in the neighborhood. Additionally, she... Running head:...
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Multicultural Film
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...Multicultural Film I. Introduction According to Beltons (2005), film noir which literally mean "black film", refers to an American phenomenon made in Hollywood, United States of America. However, historians disagree as to its status as a cinematic phenomenon. Critics such as James Damico (1978) and Foster Hirsch (1981) consider film noir as a genre with conventional plots involving murder, crime, and detection, and character types such as hard-boiled heroes and femmes fatales. Durgnat (1974) and Porfirio (1976) map film noir into a family tree of thematic concerns, including sexual pathology (the Clytemnestra plot), psychopathic behavior, alienation and loneliness,...
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Multicultural Psychology Paper
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...Multicultural Psychology Paper Multicultural Psychology Paper Multiculturalism, by and large, refers to the actual of ethnic and cultural diversity inside the population composition of a place. Some nations have policies that take into consideration all cultures and ethnic groups. This is mainly associated to the immigrants within an integrated community. Taking this into consideration, therefore, means that being multicultural entails providing equity to all cultures in a society, and no cultural or ethnic group should be completely dominant. On the other hand, psychology studies the minds of individuals through behavior...
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Managing a multicultural workforce and multicultural customers
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...multicultural workforce and multicultural s (Analytical essay) Introduction Today’s business world is beyond doubt a global village. The countries and businesses all across the globe are competing fiercely in order to increase their share in the world market. Today, the business world has dissolved geographical boundaries and goes beyond national and regional considerations to evolve into a global phenomenon. The multinational corporations operate from their branches and headquarters spread all over the world to expand and enlarge their reach worldwide. This global presence of companies is essentially accompanied by the global presence of their human resource as well as their customer base... Managing a...
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Issues in Multicultural Education
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...Multicultural Education The problem in the community surrounds the education levels of diverse students which are imbalanced and partial, favoring one group more than the other one. The people who are involved in the issue surround the multicultural education comprise of the community elders who have built up the local educational facility, the inmates who are in charge of the school infrastructure, proper planning and teaching regimes, and a number of other factors. The people involved as part of the problem include the teachers and mentors who have difficulty in coping up with the differing standards and language issues of the students. This has meant that the multicultural... ? ID Lecturer Issues in...
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Multicultural Education: Annotated Bibliography
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...Multicultural Education: Annotated Bibliography Introduction This paper gives annotated bibliography that included five peer reviewed articles talking about Multicultural education. The paper gives a summary of each article and how the article can be used in research. Brantmeier, E., Arogon, A. & Folkestad, J. (2011) .Examining collaborative learning modalities (CLM): critical multicultural education online?. Multicultural Education & Technology Journal, Vol. 5 Iss: 1, pp.5 – 18 This article addresses the very difficult, but all important research question – how can we make use of online CLM (collaborative learning modalities), in the best way possible, to supplement debate on multicultural...
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Characteristics of Multicultural Organization
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...Multicultural Organization and Organization Competitive Advantage 11th, December, Introduction Globalization has resulted in integration of people from different cultures in the society and workplace. In the contemporary world, diverse workforce characterizes organizations. A multicultural organization comprises and accommodates employees from varying cultural backgrounds, religious affiliations, gender backgrounds, ethnic groups, and racial groupings. A multicultural organization comprises of individuals with varying backgrounds, experiences, and cultures. Therefore, problems are likely to emerge as the individuals attempt to adapt to each other. However, appropriate management... ?Characteristics of...
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Multicultural education scenario
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...Multicultural Education Scenario Since I am a teacher who is teaching language arts andsocial studies, I would have to understand the basic nuances of the children under my aegis. What this implies is the fact that I need to ascertain the exact basis through which the 21 students in the classroom can get along with one another as well as with my entirety. As the students hail from different community settings and four amongst them are having special needs, how I incorporate the essence of multicultural education within their folds would remain very significant. It would mean that I tie in the exact dictum through which success can be envisaged as far as their educational realms... are...
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The Multicultural Marketing
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...MULTICULTURAL AUDIENCE  PURPOSE: The purpose of this paper is to show that how business manager can control the multicultural employees and to provide the most suitable environment to be one of the best in marketing for multicultural audience and what may be the best circumstances for them. To succeed, international marketers must understand the nature and extent of difference between the consumers of different societies so they can develop effective targeted marketing strategies. INTRODUCTION  Today almost all major corporations are actively marketing their products beyond their original homeland borders. Infact the issue is generally not whether to market a brand in other countries... ? MARKETING FOR...
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Issues in Multicultural Britain
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...Multicultural Britain Introduction What is multiculturalism? Multiculturalism is a community or which is culturally diverse using policies that promote diversity. Descriptively, multiculturalism is the fact of cultural diversity made up demographically at a place such as businesses, schools, cities, or societies. Prescriptively, the term is used as an ideology and policy in which cultural diversity is promoted. It is the phenomenon of several cultural groups living within a society. This is mostly in accordance to the immigrant communities. Multiculturalism can tend to enrich a society with different...
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Multicultural Education (7)
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...Multicultural Education Multicultural Education Introduction The world today is comprised of people from different cultures. As a consequence of people migrating from one country or place to another, workplaces and neighborhoods people live in encompass people from different ethnic backgrounds. It is of significance to note that these individuals have different perspectives or opinions in regard to certain issues within the society. Therefore, it is important for teachers and the society in general to train children as well as adults on how to relate with people from different cultures. This paper explicates multicultural education. Multicultural education plan What surprised me about... ...
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Multicultural in Education
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...Multicultural in Education Multicultural in Education [Institute’s Multicultural in Education Currently, there are numerous cultures, and each has a distinct outlook in the world round them. In schools, there is increasing requirement to take into account cultures differences. This encompasses the prejudices that originate when there is a need of comprehending of other cultures. Classes can be discovered in American schools can be wealthy and representatives of distinct nationalities, beliefs and communal backgrounds, as one glimpses in this country. However, some professionals accept as factual that putting them all into one assembly for the study is unjust and does not supply ethnic... ?Running Head:...
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Multicultural Education College Essay
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...MultiCulture Benefit Multiculturalism is a theory that encourages the interest in many cultures within a society rather than in only a mainstream culture1. Multi-culture happens due to the existence of ethnic differences among people in a group. When we discuss about academic schools, multi-culture occurs when a class or a group of students hold ethnic differences between each other. These are individual differences in students that come from their family backgrounds, home-country culture, language, religious beliefs, race, and lifestyle. In my opinion, multi-culture in a classroom delivers more benefits than troubles, during the course of study and various academic... Your first and sur Your Due Does...
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Multicultural Education: The Challenge
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...Multicultural Education: The Challenge There is greater diversity in today's rooms than at any other time in our history. The come from widely diverse backgrounds, the material is more diverse, and there is a greater diversity of opinion than ever before. Managing this diversity requires the teacher to account for gender, ethnicity, race, and the cultural background of the students. Cultural diversity will present different learning styles as some students may learn from reading, while others demand examples. Some cultures learn by working alone, while more collective cultures may do better in a team setting. According to Banks (2006), "strategies that may be effective for...
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Multicultural Education Improvement
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...Multicultural Education Improve Engagement and Attachment? Introduction Researchers have linked the achievement gap among diverse cultures to student engagement and attachment. Similarly, researchers have noted a disparity in attachment and engagement among diverse cultures. Therefore investigating the possibility of multicultural education improving student engagement and attachment is worthy of attention. This paper evaluates the hypothesis that multicultural education can improve student attachment and engagement, with the result that the achievement gap among diverse cultures will be narrowed. This hypothesis will necessarily address the following questions: What is multicultural... Can...
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Multicultural couple's relationship
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...Multicultural Couples Relationship ID Lecturer Society has its different perceptions of couples whilst one studies the varied domains. What this brings to light is the notion attached with relationships and how the same are viewed in a host of ways by the people who actually represent this very society in the first place. There is a necessity on the part of the individuals to get married and this is indeed a natural phenomenon which cannot be denied its due place within any society of the world. However what comes as an interesting point here is the fact that society has its different viewpoints in relation with the relationships that exist between couples before they tie...
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Multicultural Education Essay
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...Multicultural Review. In the article, the author highlights several areas where elementary reading programs are heavily biased in favor of white children, while children of color are nearly excluded. As a result, she contends that white children can make more "text-to-self, text-to-text, and text-to-world... The Unbearable Whiteness of Literacy Instruction Learning to read is more than just learning the alphabet, pronunciation, and vocabulary; it is alsodeveloping a cultural relationship with the material, content, and story. This is the view put forth by writer Jane M. Ganji in her recent article titled "The Unbearable Whiteness of Literacy Instruction", which appears in the Spring 2008 issue of...
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Multicultural topic questions
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...multicultural? Yes, we can safely assume that all counseling is to some extent, multicultural. This can be attributed to the personality and opinion based differences between the counselor and the counselee. People belonging to the same culture may have significantly... ? Answers What are the ways that cultural differences from a counselor and counselee affect counseling? Cultural differences between a counselor and counselee have a very profound effect on the effectiveness of counseling. In order to have its effect, counseling requires the counselee to have confidence in the counselor. People tend to develop their perceptions about others in light of the stereotypical images associated with their race...
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Systems and Multicultural Approaches
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...Multicultural Approaches Area: Family and consumer science 12th April Systems theory emphasizes a two-way relationship of give and take, between the elements co-exist together. It emphasizes the relationship between communities, organizations, groups or individuals. It further places focus on the interrelationships of living things in nature, encompassing biology, physics, social and chemistry relationships. The main thing that is shared in systems approaches is the present relationship, between subsystems or elements within the system and changes that happen as time goes on because of continuous interactions (Patton & McMahon 1999). Multicultural approaches examinations the effect... Systems and...
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