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denoting or deriving from or distinctive of the ways of living built up by a group of people

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"With knowledge comes understanding of self and others, and greater appreciation of differences." ~ National Center for Culturally Responsive Educational Systems
The strategies were then ranked by the same experts according to importance or value in promoting a culturally sensitive learning experience.
While I subscribe to both culturally relevant teaching and critical race theory (for a discussion concerning critical race theory, see Jett, 2012), I focus this discussion exclusively on culturally relevant teaching.
Geneva Gay (2000) describes culturally responsive teaching as a pedagogy that seeks to "empower ethnically diverse students through academic success, cultural affiliation, and personal efficacy" (p.
schools, making it challenging for these teachers to be culturally responsive to the needs of the students they serve.
expressed as concerns, I will share recommendations for change, with a focus on features of culturally responsive research.
'But I am also thankful that it did not happen among our contingents from Davao because we Davaoenos are already culturally sensitive,' she said.
Define a culturally responsive learning environment, and tell us, why are these environments so critical to child development today?
Search results directed me to references such as "see culturally deprived" or "see culturally disadvantaged." It was clear that there was no language of academic excellence associated with African American students.
The Culturally Engaging Campus Environments (CECE) Project developed a survey for undergraduates and graduate students that measures nine characteristics of an inclusive campus: cultural familiarity, culturally relevant knowledge, cultural community service, meaningful cross-cultural engagement, cultural validation, collectivist cultural orientations, humanized educational environments, proactive philosophies and holistic support.
Using culturally diverse literature in the classroom presents opportunities and challenges for teachers.
The articles contained in this issue of The Journal were written to help meet the needs of nurses in providing both culturally competent and compassionate care, and to help nurses facilitate better patient outcomes.
In the midst of educational reform, the need for secondary teachers who are culturally relevant could be considered greater today than ever before.
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