Checkpoint Top ten characteristics of a Multicultral School Enviroment

Checkpoint Top ten - Checkpoint Top ten characteristics of a Multicultural School Environment Checkpoint Top ten characteristics of a Multicultural

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Checkpoint: Top ten characteristics of a Multicultural School Environment Checkpoint: Top ten characteristics of a Multicultural School Environment Danny Hanshew Jr. AED/204 03/05/2011 Derrick Tennial
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Checkpoint: Top ten characteristics of a Multicultural School Environment 1. Teachers and administrators are able to deal with questions of race, intergroup relations, and controversial realities on an objective, frank, and professional basis. 2. The faculty, administrators, and other staff see themselves as learners enhanced and changed by understanding, affirming, and reflecting cultural diversity. 3. Students learn to recognize and confront inequities in school and society. 4. Students are able to use their own cultural resources and voices to develop new skill and to critically explore subject matter. 5. Cultural differences have strength and value. 6.
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2011 for the course AED 201 - 204 taught by Professor Ever during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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Checkpoint Top ten - Checkpoint Top ten characteristics of a Multicultural School Environment Checkpoint Top ten characteristics of a Multicultural

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