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Monocultural Teachers and Ethnoculturally Diverse Students

Argues that a primarily monocultural, monolingual Canadian teaching force must be prepared to work with an increasingly ethnoculturally diverse student population. Addresses issues related to misusing the terms "multicultural," "cross-cultural," and "intercultural." Suggests the alternative term "ethnocultural," identifies three dimensions (cultural, pedagogical, and sociolinguistic) of ethnocultural knowledge integral to teacher preparation, and discusses implementation strategies. (40 references) (MLH)

  • Author/Creator: Goddard, Tim
  • Journal/Secondary Title: Journal of Educational Administration and Foundations
  • Number: 1
  • Volume: 12
  • Year: 1997

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