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Title: A Multicultural Guide to Thematic Units for Young Children Author: Kear, Dennis & Jeri Carroll Publisher: Good Apple, Carthage, IL Description: The thematic units include a variety of topics: celebrations, families, homes, grandparents, careers, and more. Children compare their own lives to those of others and develop an awareness and respect for the richness and diversity of the cultures. Compliments a Multicultural Guide to Literature-Based Whole Language Activities for Young Children. Intended Audience: Grade Level pre K-2 Date: 1993
Title: Respecting Our Differences: A Guide to Getting Along in a Changing World Author: Duvall, Lynn Publisher: Free Spirit Publishing, Inc., Minneapolis, MN Description: Written in short sections, this handbook for teens encourages tolerance and appreciation of diversity while asking-and answering even the touchiest questions about racism and prejudice. Students learn to examine their own attitudes. Real-life profiles of students from across the country who are promoting tolerance in their school and communities highlight the writings. Included are lists of additional books, videos, music and other resources. 200 pg. Intended Audience: Grade Level 7-12 Date: 1994 Title: Rethinking Our Classrooms: Teaching for Equity and Justice Publisher: Rethinking Schools, Ltd., Montgomery, AL Description: Rethinking our classrooms is a good resource for classroom teachers of all subject areas, K-12. Gives teaching ideas, classroom narratives, and hands-on examples of ways teachers can promote values of community, justice and equality -and build academic skills as well. 208 pg. Intended Audience: Grade Level K-12 Date: 1994 Title: Teacher, they called me a...! Author: Byrnes, Deborah A. Publisher: Anti-Defamation League, New York, NY Description: Updated in 1994, this book is a collection of 69 classroom activities. Teachers have found this book very useful in raising children's levels of awareness, understanding, and tolerance of difference. Children are exposed to many stereotypes and prejudicial attitudes. An important step in reducing the formation and growth of these attitudes is challenging the stereotypes. Includes bibliography and references. 71 pg. Intended Audience: Grade Level K-8 Date: 1995 Title: Valuing Others Author: Edwards, Donald Louis et al. Publisher: The Center for Learning, Villa Maria, PA Description: Stressing group interaction, acceptance, honesty, and respect, these 45 lessons are designed to enable student to recognize the values important in relating to others. Through role-playing activities, group discussion, journal exercises, and worksheets for individualized instruction, students investigate support groups, siblings, parent abuse, peer associations, drug abuse, respectable dating, heroes, authority figures, human rights, and the human community. Includes detailed teacher instructions, reproducible worksheets, and optional activities. Intended Audience: Grade Level 9-12 Date: 1987 Title: Life Stories - game Author: National Story Tellers Association Publisher: Description: A game for improving interpersonal communications. Ideal for small groups. Players roll the die and move the allotted number of spaces and draw a card depending on which space they land on. The card asks a questions about an experience the players have had, and the players in turn, read the questions out loud and then tell a story about that experience. If players don't like the question or don't have s story they simply select a card from the alternative stack and tell their story. When player move into \"Grand Celebration\", they celebrate by all players, even those arriving ahead of them,. Game includes a game board, 240 Questions Cards, eight markers, and one die. Up to eight people may play. A great game for sharing cultural expereinces. Intended Audience: Grade Level 3 - adult Date: Internet/WWW Resources Title: The Interracial Family Network of Seattle-King County URL: Description: At this Web site, you will find The Interracial Family Network of Seattle-King County (IFNS). IFNS is an organization formed to support interracial families and their children. They offer an assortment of family, community and Internet resources. They are privately-formed organizations not affiliated with any government, agency or business. Title: Just Cause URL: justcaus/ Description: This site is created by Just Cause, an organization promoting peace and harmony between all peoples. It contains a variety of useful links to other sites concerning multicultural education, as well as inspirational anecdotes and quotes promoting peace. Links to other multicultural organizations and the Yahoo! list of diversity organizations. Title: Multicultural Pavilion at the University of Virginia URL: Description: This site contains a variety of resources for multicultural education. Especially useful in this site for valuing diversity is the Teacher's Corner and the links to other sites in Multicultural Paths. Participants can also interact with other multicultural educators through an on-line discussion board, join a listserv, and browse listserv archives. Title: Oregon State University Extension Home Economics URL: Description: At this Web page you will find links and resources for working with low income audiences, working with culturally diverse audiences, and developing low literacy materials. Title: University of Maryland Diversity Database URL: :8080/EdRes/Topic/Diversity Description: This site contains a wealth of information about diversity of age, gender, sexual orientation, race, ability, etc. It includes a glossary of terms and definitions, and a general diversity search tool. Staff Development/Resources for Staff Title: ASTD Trainer's Sourcebook: Diversity Author: Rasmussen, Tina Publisher: American Society for Training and Development, Alexandria, VA Description: Many diversity teaching materials focus on culture or affirmative action training. According to this author, those resources actually reinforce stereotypes rather than overcome them. This is a training manual incorporating leading-edge thinking, tested and used by non-experts-actual people in the workplace who are trying to make valuing diversity training work for them and their organizations. It positions diversity as something that applies to everyone, so it becomes something everyone can care about and support. This manual outlines workshop preparation, guides, materials and content, and includes an appendix of recommended reading on the subject. Intended Audience: Educators, Administrators Date: 1996 Title: Creating Culturally Sensitive Schools - Audiotape Presenter: Francesina Jackson Publisher: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) Presentation Digest audiotape Description: This live audiotape draws from a research-based model and explains the rational for multicultural education and he principles of culturally responsive pedagogy and school policies. This can be used to expand your awareness of racism, sexism, and classism and to learn strategies for promoting culturally sensitive schools. 90-minute cassette. Intended Audience: Educators, Administrators Date: 1996 Title: Diversity in the Classroom - Video Publisher: The Video Journal of Education, Salt Lake City, UT Description: The sign hanging on the wall of the school said: \"Our mission is to prepare students to be productive citizens who are adaptable to change in a multicultural society.\" What must staff do intentionally on a daily basis to make this statement a reality This issue illuminates a model of multicultural education designed to help educators achieve such a mission. The concept of diversity is explored from racial, ethnic, gender, and religious perspectives and how these perspectives weave together. Two VHS tapes entitled, \"Education in a Multicultural Society\" and \"Developing Multicultural Curriculum,\" will assist your school in maintaining your mission. VHS program kit with guidebook included. 34 & 35 min., respectively. Intended Audience: Educators, Administrators Date: 1994 Title: Effective Schools for Children At Risk Publisher: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) Description: Ronald Edmonds was an educator and visionary who believed that every child can learn. Through this video and book set, learn how his correlates can direct your school's efforts to improve education for children at risk. Video shows scenes from inner-city elementary schools to show what changes they made to improve their conditions. The 25-minute videotape comes with a 42-page Leader's Guide and the book Readings from EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP: Effective Schools and School Improvement. Intended Audience: Educators, Administrators Date: Video - 1991, Book - 1989 Title: Looking at Schools: Instruments and Processes for School Analysis Author: McGrail, Janet Publisher: Research for Better Schools, Philadelphia, PA Description: This manual describes proven instruments on student performance, administrator performance, school climate and school community relations. Intended Audience: Educators, Administrators Date: 1987 Title: Many Voices: Many Dreams Publisher: North Central Regional Educational Laboratory, Oak Brook, IL Description: Through today's schoolhouse doors walk the most diverse generation of children. These children challenge our schools to provide culturally responsive education and to prepare them for a global community. You will see how school and classrooms across the country build upon students' prior culture, language, and experiences as foundations for learning, and help children understand cultural differences. You will hear from experts James Banks, Maria de la Luz Reyes, Henry Treuba and visit urban public schools. 30 min. Intended Audience: Educators, Administrators, Program Planners Date: 1995 Title: Measuring School Climate: Questions and Considerations Author: Wilson, Bruce Publisher: Research For Better Schools, Philadelphia, PA Description: This work discusses considerations in selecting an instrument to assess school climate. Intended Audience: Educators, Administrators Date: 1987 Title: Multicultural Awareness and Skill Development - Audiotape Presenter: Ken Cushner Publisher: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) Professional Development On Tape Description: This audiotape aims to help you increase your understanding and acceptance of behaviors that have origins in different cultures. Understand better the stresses that are upon children from other cultures and nationalities in American schools. Set of six cassettes comes with a Presenter's Notebook with workshop activities, handouts, and overhead transparencies. Intended Audience: Educators, Administrators Date: 1995 Title: Multicultural Education Publisher: Video - Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD); Book - Longman, Inc. Description: In this multimedia set, visit classrooms where teachers balance multicultural and traditional curriculum and create classrooms that accommodate diverse cultures. Experts explain the principles of multicultural education. Visit classrooms and schools where teachers and principles have created environments promoting a common culture that all students and parents can identify with. Showcasing innovative practices, it includes examples of parent advisory committees, partnerships with local businesses and effective communications with parents from diverse cultural backgrounds. Multimedia set includes one 40-minute videotape with a 113-page facilitator's guide and the book Teaching with a Multicultural Perspective: A Practical Guide. Intended Audience: Educators, Administrators Date: Video - 1994; Book - 1993 Title: Strategies for Managing Diverse Classrooms - Audiotapes Presenter: Richard Sagor Publisher: ASCD Live Satellite Broadcast Audiotapes Description: This audiotape set explores the leading edge in classroom management in today's more culturally diverse classrooms. Tape one reviews the research on motivation, and covers material on accommodating the needs of a diverse classroom. Tape two suggests ways to build competency in the students and create encouraging classroom environments. Tape three covers management strategies for the diverse classroom. Each cassette is 90 minutes. Intended Audience: Educators Date: 1996 59ce067264