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Culturally Responsive Teaching for American Indian Learners
Teachers in a multicultural society need to respect cultural differences, know the cultural resources their students bring to class, and be skilled at tapping into learners' cultural resources in the teaching-learning process. They must believe that all students are capable of learning, and they must implement an enriched curriculum for all students. It is important to avoid cultural stereotypes. Instead, teachers should respond to the individual and identify and explore his or her values.
Author/Creator: Pewewardy, Cornel D.
Date Published: 11-19
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