- — Mark Rauscher (@markrauscher)Mon, May 04 2015 00:12:36A1 All student and family cultures are respected, celebrated and integrated into the class. Responsive to individual differences #21stedchat
- — Mary Reynolds (@maryjr40_mary)Mon, May 04 2015 00:07:13A1a: It is a classroom that values all culture's within it & without. Discusses important current cultural topics. #21stedchat
- — Jill Thompson (@Edu_Thompson)Mon, May 04 2015 00:09:59Q1b. Why is it important for educators to develop cultural understanding & diversity in the curriculum? #21stedchat
- — Jill Thompson (@Edu_Thompson)Mon, May 04 2015 00:15:36Q2. What are some challenges faced by educators when trying to include cultural understanding & diversity? #21stedchat
- — Mark Rauscher (@markrauscher)Mon, May 04 2015 00:28:28A2 Not knowing cultural behaviors and expectations, for male/female student/teacher relationships can be difficult. #21stedchat
- — Jill Thompson (@Edu_Thompson)Mon, May 04 2015 00:33:19Q4. How might social media support the work and moral of educators working with remote indigenous groups? #21stedchat
- — Rabbi Michael Cohen (@TheTechRabbi)Mon, May 04 2015 00:34:34A4: Social Media allows us to connect beyond borders and learn from each other instead of "about each other" #21stedchat
- — Melissa Tuttle (@TeacherTuttle)Mon, May 04 2015 00:48:10A4: expose Ss to outside cultures. Skype, blogs, Instagram...technology makes it easy to connect. We just need to utilize. #21stedchat
- — Jill Thompson (@Edu_Thompson)Mon, May 04 2015 00:41:06Q5 How might we overcome cultural challenges facing our students? Do you have any sites, books resources etc you use. Pls share #21stedchat
- A few people offered up some resources
- — Nathaniel J. Cardoso (@Cray_Class)Mon, May 04 2015 00:44:27A5b: 14 cows for America, fairy tales from around the world, 14th goldfish, waiting for Benjamin, fish in a tree, 2many tamales #21stedchat
- This looks like a great book.
- — Jill Thompson (@Edu_Thompson)Mon, May 04 2015 00:42:35A5. Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria: And Other Conversations About Race #21stedchat http://www.amazon.com/Black-Kids-Sitting-Together-Cafeteria/dp/0465083617 …
I participated in the weekly twitter chat at #21stEdChat. The topic was Creating Culturally Responsive Classrooms, hosted by Jill Thompson. Here's a few of the highlights.
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