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Unformatted text preview: CD & Learning: Culture & Socioeconomic status Agenda Values/practices Acculturation Ethnicity/Gender/SES Social diversity vs Culture School impact/performance Cultural Competence CULTURA L/SOCIAL B I O L O G I C A L / P H Y S I C A L E M O T I O N A L / P S Y C H O L O G I C A L Culture in the classroom http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhXQDQZdKq4 Culture is not race , its what comes along with social identities Culture plays out in classrooms Culture is local and regional , not just international Teachers whiteness pointed out to her Privilege is not needing to worry about race, only others have to My experience is NOT your experiences Lack of knowing YOUR identity hurts ability to understand (nonetheless teach) others Achievement Education is highly valued in Western culture: Intelligence Some Asian Americans value/attribute academic success to persistence Latino American cultures value interpersonal skills as success Native American cultures value success in dance and other traditions . Cultural Values Practices and your values Practices How would you react to a student that seems stressed out? What is your comfort zone with student relations? What socialized values do you have toward non-American dance? Do your responses differ based on students social identity? So what does this mean for me ? Acculturationstrategies Assimilation Native replaced with host culture Integration (Bicultural) Balance both native and host cultures Separation Maintain native and minimal contact with host culture Marginalization Withdrawal from host and native culture Rudmin, F. W. (2003). Critical history of the acculturation psychology of assimilation, separation, integration, and marginalization. Review of General Psychology, 7 , 3-37. Acculturation strategies: a continuum Marginalization Nearly absent identification with native and non-native cultural practices Psychological distress if unable to garner emotional support Inept at managing social tension...
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