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  • Cultural Values In Education

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    Introduction Education in the United States, many people are trying to figure out how to fix the educational system. The key to reaching higher achievement is a strong cultural value that is conducive to understanding the value of education. Family support is a big influence to cultural values and education. Community the culmination of culture, family and local environment variables that works towards a common goal. Understanding these aspects will help school administrators in developing a diverse

  • American Needs Bilingual Education and Cultural Education

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    Language plays a large role in American society. Since English is a universal language, it is taught all over the world. For example, a person who speaks Italian and wants to learn Chinese they must learn English first. The reason being there is no direct translation from Italian to Chinese. That is why language is so important. When a foreigner wants to come to our country the words assimilation and multiculturalism arise. Should a foreigner assimilate to our culture to a certain degree? I think

  • The Importance Of Cultural Diversity In Education

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    This paper analyzes the preparation of two cohorts (elementary and urban schools) of social studies teachers in dealing with the complexity of teaching in multicultural classrooms. With the integration of cultural diversity, teachers have the responsibility to incorporate real life cultural situations into the curriculum to address the many challenges that affects society. The authors posits that progress

  • Creative And Cultural Education Essay

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    Creative and Cultural Education (NACCCE) was established in 1988 and its focus was on creative and cultural education. It recommended new priorities in education which included a stronger emphasis on creative and cultural education and a balance in the teaching and the curriculum between learning knowledge and skills. The NACCE expresses that creativity is possible in all areas including the arts, the sciences and all other areas of life. In the long run, the aim is to gain a creative and cultural development

  • Importance Of Cultural Competence In Education

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    When evaluating myself on the Cultural Proficiency continuum, I’d place myself at “Cultural Competence” part on the continuum. This evaluation takes into account my experiences and practices while working in various schools and interacting with students of varied cultures, needs and ability levels as both a teacher and a learner. An effective educator is continually maintaining this dual role of teacher and life-long student in order to not grow stagnant within the classroom; this dynamic allows

  • Improving Education through Cultural Diversity

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    In today’s society, cultural diversity is important as it was many centuries ago. According to dictionary, cultural diversity is the coexistence of different culture, ethnic, race, gender in one specific unit. In order, for America to be successful, our world must be a multicultural world. This existence starts within our learning facilities where our students and children are educated. This thesis is “changing the way America, sees education through cultural diversity, has been co existing in

  • Essay On Education Is A Cultural Reality

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    challenge, and nurture students in schools K-12, and thus cannot provide an educational opportunity that can be classified as “genuine.” As reinforced values become a norm, the mere thought of opportunity becomes a “cultural myth” (Colombo, Cullen, and Lisle 3). The idea of genuine education falls into a vortex of negative forces, such as teaching approaches, economics, demographics, and poor conditions, each jabbing another needle into the educational opportunities that students desire. These hopefuls

  • Importance Of Cultural Diversity In Education

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    undecided but I’m leaning towards the education field, from what I read from the National Education Association an education “Shall not on the basis of race, color, creed, sex, national origin, marital status, political or religious beliefs, family, social or cultural background, or sexual orientation, unfairly exclude any student from participation in any program, deny benefits to any students, and grant any advantage to any student.”() For teachers cultural competence is important to understand

  • Cultural Opportunism In Education And Worldview

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    Reppmann spoke about worldview and how there are appreciations and concerns on how it is used in education. They were cultural opportunism and the role of pre-theoretical commitments (Worldview: An Untimely Mediation, p. 48-52). Both of these characteristics were discussed by Reppmann as being good and bad. However, I see them as being good and they should be utilized. Cultural opportunism was when worldview became introduced it brought together Christianity with culture, but the concern is that

  • The Importance Of Cultural Diversity In Education

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    contact with, and this can help students recognize and appreciate cultural differences. The perspective of the educator is equally important when it comes to overall classroom success. As the world continues to change, teachers are exposed to groups of students from all around the world. Understanding that your students will be coming from different perspectives will help ensure teachers and students do not experience any cultural misunderstandings. Educators must keenly observe any learning patterns

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