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The Role of Empathy in Teaching Culturally Diverse Students: A Qualitative Study of Teachers' Beliefs
McAllister investigated teachers' beliefs about the role of empathy in their effectiveness with culturally diverse students. All respondents had participated in a multicultural professional development course geared to fostering culturally responsive practice.
Author/Creator: McAllister, Gretchen, Irvine, Jacqueline Jordan
Date Published: Nov-Dec
Journal/Secondary Title: Journal of Teacher Education
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