Editors

Kyle Higgins

Document Type

Newsletter

Publication Date

1998

Publisher

Multicultural & Diversity Committee

Volume

2

Issue

4

First page number:

1

Last page number:

19

Abstract

As educators and future educators, we will be working with students from diverse groups and all walks of life. Many of us enter this field entrenched in our own culture with no real understanding of how others' life experiences have influenced their values and beliefs. The multicultural courses in the College of Education force us to examine how we came to adopt our values and from where our beliefs originated. No other course in the graduate curriculum forces us to challenge the myths and stereotypes of American society as profoundly as these courses.

Keywords

Educational equalization; Multicultural education – Study and teaching (Higher); Multiculturalism; Teachers – Training of

Disciplines

Bilingual, Multilingual, and Multicultural Education | Disability and Equity in Education | Education | Teacher Education and Professional Development

Language

English

 
 

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