Title

Teaching Diversity Across Cultures: Words Without Borders Campus

Document Type

Blog

Publication Date

7-15-2020

Publication Title

TIE Online (The International Educator)

First page number:

1

Last page number:

4

Abstract

Teaching literature-in-translation, especially by contemporary writers, is one way to approach expanding diversity in both what and how students learn. This is one of the primary missions of Words Without Borders Campus, the public access education project that evolved from Words Without Borders, the online magazine which, since its founding in 2003, has published more than 2,500 stories, poems, essays and features translated from 122 languages from 139 countries.

Keywords

Curricula reforms; Classroom practices; Confronting racism; Expanding diversity; Reading across cultures

Disciplines

Curriculum and Instruction | Education

Language

English


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