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Are you prepared to teach in today's diverse classroom? The eigthth edition of this well respected text now enables you to apply your understanding of multicultural education. Real classroom videos - on ethnicity and race, class and socioeconomic status, gender and sexual orientation, exceptionality, language, religion, geography, and age- will help you to relate to, under Are you prepared to teach in today's diverse classroom? The eigthth edition of this well respected text now enables you to apply your understanding of multicultural education. Real classroom videos - on ethnicity and race, class and socioeconomic status, gender and sexual orientation, exceptionality, language, religion, geography, and age- will help you to relate to, understand, and celebrate micro-cultures you may encounter in your future classrooms.


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Are you prepared to teach in today's diverse classroom? The eigthth edition of this well respected text now enables you to apply your understanding of multicultural education. Real classroom videos - on ethnicity and race, class and socioeconomic status, gender and sexual orientation, exceptionality, language, religion, geography, and age- will help you to relate to, under Are you prepared to teach in today's diverse classroom? The eigthth edition of this well respected text now enables you to apply your understanding of multicultural education. Real classroom videos - on ethnicity and race, class and socioeconomic status, gender and sexual orientation, exceptionality, language, religion, geography, and age- will help you to relate to, understand, and celebrate micro-cultures you may encounter in your future classrooms.

57 review for Multicultural Education in a Pluralistic Society

  1. 5 out of 5

    Katherine

    The most blatantly biased textbook I have ever read. Period. But perhaps I should appreciate the fact that the authors make their biases very clear, rather than letting them masquerade as fact...(which all textbooks do, of course, some just more subtly than others).

  2. 5 out of 5

    Vicky

    I am not sure if this author is being deliberately biased or is just naive. To think that young, impressionable minds are getting this fed to them in introductory education classes in worrisome. If they believe what this book preaches, they will dome themselves to disillusionment and perhaps a short career in education.

  3. 4 out of 5

    d4

    Not especially helpful. Maybe enlightening for someone who has never taken a sociology course, but otherwise, not really. I found the chapter on gender especially too narrow.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Ann

    The book has a lot of information and how it’s broken up is organized. I felt some of the information seemed biased but served as a good refresher and foundation of what makes education multicultural at the surface level. Some of the court cases were interesting to read and it’s not as dry as other texts I’ve had to read for grad school or professional development.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Tammy Ligon

    Though not a thrilling read, it was informative and very well researched offering valuable information to those on their way to becoming educators.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Joe

    Decent for a textbook, but dated. Can't help that when the field of play is in constant motion. Still, it raises some good topics for discussion. Decent for a textbook, but dated. Can't help that when the field of play is in constant motion. Still, it raises some good topics for discussion.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Dani

    This is a textbook, so naturally the writing is a little dry, but it is highly informative and serves as an excellent introduction for educators. It covers topics such as ethnicity and race, class and socioeconomic status, gender, age, exceptionality, and sexual orientation, to name a few. The text seeks to prepare educators for teacher examinations and the variety of students and situations that will be encountered in the classroom. Because this book stresses the importance of understanding mult This is a textbook, so naturally the writing is a little dry, but it is highly informative and serves as an excellent introduction for educators. It covers topics such as ethnicity and race, class and socioeconomic status, gender, age, exceptionality, and sexual orientation, to name a few. The text seeks to prepare educators for teacher examinations and the variety of students and situations that will be encountered in the classroom. Because this book stresses the importance of understanding multiculturalism in a world that is becoming more and more multicultural, it naturally comes off as progressive and perhaps liberal. Even if you disagree with certain matters, this text can still be useful to learn new things about a variety of people and society as a whole.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ronni

    By "read" I mean paid for and opened a few times. I did not enjoy the book and quit doing the required reading early in the course. Maybe I shouldn't even add it to my bookshelf, though it is certainly sitting on a bookshelf in my house IRL... By "read" I mean paid for and opened a few times. I did not enjoy the book and quit doing the required reading early in the course. Maybe I shouldn't even add it to my bookshelf, though it is certainly sitting on a bookshelf in my house IRL...

  9. 5 out of 5

    Immanythings

    This is a good book just need to read the current version for the relevancy of the material

  10. 5 out of 5

    Ellen

    I recommend this as a textbook for a Multicultural Education book or for any teacher or pre-service teacher who wants to learn about ME.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Amber

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