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EDUC 124- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 24 pages long!)


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Education
Course Code
EDUC 124
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Midterm

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EDUC 124
MIDTERM EXAM
STUDY GUIDE

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Lecture 2
Phase 1: Mono-ethnic courses
o oe ethi group
o ’s-’s, ourses taught speifiall  Afria-American teachers
Phase 2: Multiethnic Studies Courses
o Other ethnic groups = demand inclusion
Schools offer comparative courses
Studies became more academic
Phase 3: Multiethnic Education
o Reform/transform education
o Few textbooks about multiethnic research, education, etc in the days
Phase 4: Multicultural Education
o i.e oe’s groups
o ~99’s
o iterultural
Phase 5: Institutionalization of Phases 1-4
o aistreaed ultiulturalis i eduatio, ediie, la
ulture is like a ieerg
o Visible/tangible culture v. invisible/intangible culture
~1/8 of culture is visible
Visile ulture: dress, greetigs, arts & usi…
Invisible culture: attitude, eliefs…
Definitions of Multicultural Education
o As an idea/ideal, reform approach, process, content, outcomesattitudes, knowledge,
behavior
Reformtransform schooling and schooling content; info. is relevant,
meaningful; paying attention to studets’ raial, seual, geder, et idetit
Processongoing challenge, not an end in itself
Principles of Multicultural Education
o 9’s—Cultural Pluralism (a tapestry, not a melting pot)
You can remain attached to your cultural identity while adapting to a different
culture
o Eradication of racism and other forms of oppression
o Affirmations of culture in teaching and learning process
Itegrate studets’ ulture ith the lassroo ulture
o Equity and excellence in education for all children and young adults
Equity=/=equality
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Childre’s ahieeet is ipated  their rae, soial lass, et
Baks’ Multiultural Eduatio Diesios/Fraeork
o Content IntegrationContributions approach: isolated facts about ethnic and cultural
group; superficial aspect; easily integrated
o Additive ApproachAdding something to the existing curriculum; similar to content
integration/contributions approach
o TransformitiveLooking at historical events from multiple perspectives; Different POVs
on events
o Prejudice ReductionDevelop positive attitudes towards different racial, ethnic, and
cultural groups; eliminate alienation between students
o Equity Pedagogy—Paig attetio to teahig stles to ot hider studets’ ailities to
learning
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