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2. How do school-based policies and practices reflect institutional racism? Institutional racism is distinguished from the bigotry or racial bias of individuals by the existence of systematic policies and
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5. How can educators invite and encourage the involvement of families?The involvement of families in the education of their wards is of paramount importance to the success of the child. 6. How can teachers facilitate the development of academic English for ELLs? - Increase ELL students' English language production and peer interaction.- Explicitly teach English language vocabulary and structures.- Build on ELLs' Background Knowledge to Increase Comprehension 7. What do teachers need to keep in mind as they raise the learning expectations for students who are not as confident in their capabilities as learners? 8. What are some ways that educators can simultaneously have high expectations of their students and acknowledge their individual needs? 10. What are some strategic approaches to using group learning in the classroom? Over the years, group learning has proven to be very efficient in my teaching, especially towards helping the average students .
1. Why is it important to incorporate their identities into the curriculum? According to Gloria Ladson−Billings (1994), The link between culture and classroom instruction is derived from evidence that cultural practices shape-thinking processes, which serve as tools for learning within and outside of school (Hollins & Oliver l999). 3.What is culturally relevant pedagogy? Culturally relevant teaching is both 4. How does a culturally relevant curriculum validate the cultural identity of students? Along the way, students learn to see the classroom and their interactions from more than one perspective so that they can identify potential difficulties that come from assumptions of privilege, the distribution of power (who gets to make the rules), and the

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