CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE TEACHING IN THE L O T E CLASSROOM

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Region XIII LOTE Institute 2014 CELEBRATING OUR GLOBAL LEARNERS. CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE TEACHING IN THE L O T E CLASSROOM. Tina Dong World Languages Coordinator Austin ISD tina.dong@austinisd.org 1/29/14 9:55am-10:55am. What is. CP&I. Cultural Proficiency & Inclusiveness ?. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE TEACHING IN THE LOTE CLASSROOM

Region XIII LOTE Institute 2014 CELEBRATING OUR GLOBAL LEARNERS

Tina DongWorld Languages CoordinatorAustin ISD

tina.dong@austinisd.org

1/29/149:55am-10:55am

To view this presentation, first, turn up your volume and second, launch the self-running slide show.

What isCultural Proficiency& Inclusiveness?

CP&IRule number 4: Practice design, not decoration.

A culturally proficientorganization provides andsupports conditions that create continuous learningopportunities for itsmembers.

CP&ICulturally Proficient Instruction: A Guide for People who Teach Kikanza J. Nuri-RobinsRule number 4: Practice design, not decoration.

Culturally proficientinstruction is a way of teaching in whichinstructors engage in practices that provide equitable outcomes forall learners.

CP&ICulturally Proficient Instruction: A Guide for People who Teach Kikanza J. Nuri-RobinsRule number 4: Practice design, not decoration.

Culturally responsiveteaching isnt about heroes and holidays. Its about connecting the classroom to the realities of what students know and live, NEA (National Education Association)Emory University researcher Jacqueline Jordan Irvine

CP&ICulturally responsive teaching is a pedagogy that crosses disciplines and cultures to engage learners while respecting their cultural integrity. It accommodates the dynamic mix of race, ethnicity, class, gender, region, religion, and family that contributes to every student's cultural identity. Raymond J. Wlodkowski and Margery B. GinsbergRule number 4: Practice design, not decoration.

LEARNER OUTCOMES

Reflect on our own perspectives and recognize the perspectives of others.

Understand the extent to which curriculum can promote multiple perspectives. (Culturally Responsive Teaching)

Discover the components of culturally responsive lesson design.

Learn how to apply the knowledge by incorporating it into practice.

Do you have a main point? Consider putting just one word on the slide by itself. Want them to remember a few items? Dont show everything at once. Instead, show one item at a time. Have a picture that expresses your idea? Scale that picture so that it fills the slide. Have a quote that says it all? Let it say it and remove everything else.

Whats in a Name?Discuss the questions relevant to you & your partner.

What is your name?Have you had any other names?What is the story of how you acquired your name?What does your name mean?How does your name reflect your culture or history?How do people respond when they see or hear your name for the first time?If you changed your name, what would it be?

Why not do it the way you are used to?

Favorite kind of musicLanguages spokenFavorite foodsType of car ownedCountry of origin

What did you learn about your own perspectives? What did you learn about the perspectives of others?What do you think?

To view this presentation, first, turn up your volume and second, launch the self-running slide show.

Cultural Destructiveness

Cultural Incapacity

Cultural Blindness

Cultural Precompetence

Cultural Competence

Cultural ProficiencyManaging the Dynamics of Difference6

The last rule is: Cultivate healthy relationships (with your slides and your audience)Going to the Movies1. Carefully read the description of your level.

2. Without using words or letters, illustrate what you read about your level.

3. Decide how you will present the information captured in your illustration.

4. We will come together as a large group so that all groups can present their scene from the movie that thoughtfully and creatively describes the continuum.

Give them those things in a clear, easily understandable wayBLAHBLAHBLAHBLAHBLAHBLAHBLAH

Your audience didnt show up to read your 60 page on screen dissertation.Student Interests and Relevancy to Life and the Real WorldAre students interests and identities taken into account in the lesson design?Are connections made between the lesson content and relevancy to students lives?

Academic DevelopmentAre students given the opportunity to engage in higher order cognitive skills (e.g., analysis, synthesis, evaluation)?Does the lesson encourage students to draw on different learning styles (e.g., visual, auditory, tactile, kinesthetic)?

Knowledge ConstructionDoes the lesson allow students to operate as co-constructors of knowledge?From what cultural standpoint or experience does the lesson draw (e.g., dominant/traditional; non-dominant group)? Are students encouraged to consider different viewpoints and/or perspectives with regards to the topic under study?Are there opportunities for students to collaborate with/learn from others?Cultivation of socio-critical awarenessDoes the lesson address allow students to explore themes and/or learn to address issues related to social justice and equity?What to look for in Lesson designWhat is cultural responsiveness and how does it relate to curriculum development? (pt. 2)Presented by Keffrelyn Brown, PH.D.Austin Independent School District04/.02/.13

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Student Interests and Relevancy to Life and the Real World

1All About Me Lists!

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Knowledge Construction

2Group Storytelling!

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Academic Development

3Learning Styles!

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Cultivation of socio-critical awareness

4Literature Circles!

The Culturally Proficient Instructor

ASSESS CULTUREVALUE DIVERSITYMANAGE THE DYNAMICS OF DIFFERENCEADAPT TO DIVERSITYINSTITUTIONALIZE CULTURAL KNOWLEDGE

So there are the rules.

SPREADIDEASANDMOVEPEOPLE

CP&IThe second rule is: Spread ideas and move people.

Personal narratives and cultural stories are vital teaching content and methodology.

- Geneva Gay

But also change the world. (Well, at least your part of the world.)

THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING THIS SESSION!http://www.corwin.com/learning/cpi.htmlglobal causes.

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