Culturally Responsive Teaching Practices Based on Educating Culturally Responsive Teachers by Villegos & Lucas, 2002 Based on Educating Culturally Responsive.

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Culturally Responsive Teaching Practices Based on Educating Culturally Responsive Teachers by Villegos & Lucas, 2002 Based on Educating Culturally Responsive Teachers by Villegos & Lucas, 2002 Slide 2 Involving all students in the construction of knowledge Inquiry projects Having students working collaboratively in small groups of mixed ability Authentic dialogues Having students assume increasing responsibility for their own learning Inquiry projects Having students working collaboratively in small groups of mixed ability Authentic dialogues Having students assume increasing responsibility for their own learning Slide 3 Building on students personal and cultural strengths - 1 Helping students access prior knowledge and beliefs Building on students interests Building on students linguistic resources Using examples and analogies from students lives Helping students access prior knowledge and beliefs Building on students interests Building on students linguistic resources Using examples and analogies from students lives Slide 4 Building on students personal and cultural strengths - 2 Using appropriate instructional materials Tapping community resources Creating different paths to learning by using varied instructional activities Using appropriate instructional materials Tapping community resources Creating different paths to learning by using varied instructional activities Slide 5 Helping students examine the curriculum from multiple perspectives Review the curriculum to see if it contains multiple perspectives and is relevant to youth Review curriculum resources to see if they provide multiple perspectives Review teaching to see it if includes different cultural perspectives Review the curriculum to see if it contains multiple perspectives and is relevant to youth Review curriculum resources to see if they provide multiple perspectives Review teaching to see it if includes different cultural perspectives Slide 6 Using varied assessment practices that promote learning Use authentic assessments that take advantage of cultural differences Include such assessment as: Exhibits or portfolios Oral presentations Debates Use authentic assessments that take advantage of cultural differences Include such assessment as: Exhibits or portfolios Oral presentations Debates Slide 7 Making the culture of the classroom inclusive of all students Reflect on teaching experiences to determine what works Dont automatically misinterpret cultural differences as misbehaviors (e.g., explain speaking and turn-taking rule) Set and provide clear expectations Provide meaningful feedback Reflect on teaching experiences to determine what works Dont automatically misinterpret cultural differences as misbehaviors (e.g., explain speaking and turn-taking rule) Set and provide clear expectations Provide meaningful feedback Slide 8 Understand that all these principles constitute good teaching practice! Consistent with the National Science Education Standards Consistent with what you have been taught in ISUs Physics Teacher Education program Consistent with Teacher Educations conceptual framework Realizing the Democratic Ideal Consistent with the National Science Education Standards Consistent with what you have been taught in ISUs Physics Teacher Education program Consistent with Teacher Educations conceptual framework Realizing the Democratic Ideal

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