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    statics in the Kim article were staggering. Being in education for 17 years I have personally seen the change in the student demographics. However Kim summarizes the truth that the demography of the educators has not changed. The introduction focuses on the state of crisis in education involving the achievement gap. This study is focused not just on ethnicity, but also socioeconomic status. From this study the cause to look at multicultural education is very evident. The main area of the paper will

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    Outline Multiculturalism and education I. Introduction: a. Multicultural education relates to education and instruction designed for the cultures of several different races in an educational system. Globalization has led to many people migrating and spreading all over the world. As a result there is no specific area in the world that embodies one group of people of a specific nationality. Especially in the UAE, the presence of multi nationalities calls for an education that includes specific consideration

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    Introduction There have been multiple definitions for Multicultural definition which has become so imperative. Multicultural education alludes to any form of education or teaching that incorporates the histories, texts, values, beliefs, and perspectives of people from different cultural backgrounds (Bank).America is considered to be a “melting pot” because of the many people who have immigrated in search of a better life. Immigrants have brought with them their own unique cultures. Different genders

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    What is multicultural education? My understanding of multicultural education has changed as a result of the readings, writings, and discussions. At the very beginning of the semester, I initially said that multicultural education was “including aspects from different cultures into curriculum.” I thought multicultural education was just about cultures from around the world, but now I know that is clearly not the whole picture. Today, my understanding of multicultural education is about providing

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    the definition of multicultural education is defined in sociopolitical context and relates to comprehension of school reform. Namely, the multicultural education works in reforming schools and providing an equal and excellent education for everyone. Likewise, the author gave a definition of multicultural education based on her experience surrounding education environment. She divides multicultural education into seven basic characteristics: antiracist education, basic education, important for all

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    Multicultural Education Issues 1 Multicultural Education Issues Multicultural Education Issues The purpose of this study is to discuss teachers resistance to multicultural education and how it affecting the minority students and ELL learners. These negative attitudes that some teachers care can be considered a reason why there is such an increase of high school dropouts. There are so many teachers who often have a fear of teaching or building positive relationships with minority

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    Multicultural Education The inclusion of multiculturalism into schools has become an increasingly hot topic as of late. Being a future teacher I have taken a natural interest in the topic as well. It seems that most of the push to incorporate the multicultural issue into the school system has been a reaction to the thought that the American “melting-pot” metaphor is on the decline. Knowing that the demographics of the United States is changing continuously, the main issue about the inclusion

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    I found the subject in this paper to be very fascinating. The subject of this particular paper is multicultural education. According to book,” multicultural education is defined as a process of educational reforms that assures that students from all groups (racial, ethnic, socioeconomic, gender, etc) experience educational equality, success, and social mobility (Cushner, K. pg.22).” In my finding of the little community of Gatesville was not very much cultural diversity. I will start with the schools

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    relevant teaching by using multicultural teaching dimensions, so that all children can achieve. Multicultural education will be successful only when the teacher understands the meaning of multicultural education, take into account results from their assessments of the children is learning styles, and then make changes to their teaching methods if necessary, by using a wide range of strategies and teaching techniques, that encourage diversity and acceptance. Multicultural education resembles instructions

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    Issues in Multicultural Education Effective instructors must understand the issues that impact multicultural education in the United States. The significance of providing an eminence instruction in an unbiased approach to all of their students is essential. The tide of demographic changes in the United States has affected most classrooms in our schools. As a result, some classroom teachers realize they must quickly acquire a comprehensive understanding of ethnic, cultural, and social-class diversity

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