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Teaching Social Studies Multiculturally: Implications for Teachers

The changing demographics in U.S. institutions have contributed to the increasingly multicultural nature of classrooms. Thus, it is imperative that teachers become cultural brokers and social engineers who have the ability to lead and empower their students. The multicultural construct is seen as a conducive rationale to prepare teachers for the diverse democratic classroom.

  • Author/Creator: Suleiman, Mahmoud F.
  • Date Published: 03-00
  • Year: 2000

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