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Foundations of Multicultural Education: Bringing Students’ Cultures into the  Classroom…  …and Re-Examining Our Global Frame of Reference
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NEW PARADIGMS EMERGE AND REPLACE OLD PARADIGMS –  THOSE PARADIGMS WE HAVE RELIED ON, OFTEN FOR CENTURIES  AND WITHOUT QUESTION, TO VIEW OUR WORLD WHEN ANOMALIES APPEAR AND NEW PARADIGMS BEGIN TO  GATHER SUPPORT, OPPOSITION AND CRITICISM EMERGE IN AN  EFFORT BY SOME SCIENTISTS TO MAINTAIN USE OF THE  TRADITIONAL PARADIGM What Does Astronomy Have To  Do With Culture?
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AT FIRST GLANCE WE MIGHT VIEW THE REPLACEMENT OF THE  GEOCENTRIC WITH THE HELIOCENTRIC PARADIGM A MATTER OF  PURE NATURAL SCIENTIFIC ADVANCEMENT. HOWEVER, IT TOOK SEVERAL HUNDRED YEARS FOR THE  HELIOCENTRIC PARADIGM TO BE ACCEPTED AS A SCIENTIFIC  REVOLUTION.  THE REASON FOR THIS?  CULTURAL (INCLUDING  RELIGIOUS) RESISTANCE. What Does Astronomy Have To  Do With Culture?
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How do the scientific instruments we use  influence our cultural understanding of the  world we live in? Let’s move  from a  cosmological  view to a  global view…
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Traditional Mercator World Map How does the size of Africa compare to Greenland? Alaska to Mexico or S. America?
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World Map According to Gall-Peter 
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A World Turned Upside-Down?   Or Just A Different Perspective?
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HTTP://WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/WATCH?V=N8ZBC2DVERM What Does Cartography Have  To Do with Culture?
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Cultural Borders Not only is the world becoming smaller as  a result of globalization and technology,  but national and cultural borders are  often blurred.
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