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Beyond the methods fetish: Toward a humanizing pedagogy

Academic achievement of historically oppressed groups is affected by the societal power relations reproduced in schools and by the "deficit" perspective. Culturally responsive education and strategic teaching are humanistic approaches that respect and use the culture, history, and perspectives of the students in educational practice.

  • Author/Creator: Bartolome, L. I.
  • Date Published: Summer
  • Journal/Secondary Title: Harvard Educational Review
  • Number: 2
  • Volume: 64
  • Year: 1994

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