Knowledge, Pedagogy, and Postmulticulturalism

Knowledge, Pedagogy, and Postmulticulturalism

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Knowledge, Pedagogy, and Postmulticulturalism opens for examination the research and experimental pedagogies of a teacher education faculty at a large, urban, public university, where teacher candidates from working-class and ethnic and linguistic minority backgrounds are prepared to work with learners from similar backgrounds. The pedagogies discussed have been expressly designed to elicit the funds of knowledge and community cultural wealth of these teacher education candidates. The research in this volume calls attention to the distinctive, complex perspectives that individuals from historically marginalized groups bring to the university classroom, and demonstrates how these valuable perspectives can be brought front and center in the university's teacher education curriculum. It counters contemporary trends of discouraging and preventing students and teachers from critically and intellectually engaging with issues of which knowledges are taught, and how.In her first year teaching she began unstructured research in her own classroom. ... in the introduction, teaching faculty in the revised program welcomed the inclusion of the NYC Teaching Fellows who ... and subjectivity given that every writing teacher she had since sixth grade admonished her, a€œDona#39;t use a#39;Ia#39; in an essay!

Title:Knowledge, Pedagogy, and Postmulticulturalism
Author: Gay Wilgus
Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan - 2013-05-22

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