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|Title: ||Episode 1: Donna Ford on cultural and linguistic differences.|
|Authors: ||Ford, Donna Y.|
|Issue Date: ||23-Apr-2009|
|Publisher: ||IRIS Center (Vanderbilt University)|
|Series/Report no.: ||The IRIS Center|
|???metadata.dc.subject.lcsh???: ||Multicultural education -- United States|
Learning, Psychology of
|Description: ||Includes descriptive metadata provided by producer in M4A file: "The IRIS Center - The IRIS Center - Podcasts - Episode 1: Donna Ford on cultural and linguistic differences. - Donna Ford discusses the importance of acknowledging cultural differences, the influence of stereotypes, and some of the factors related to academic success for students from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Questions asked Donna Ford in this audio:
Professor Ford, can you tell us how you distinguish cultural diversity from cultural differences?
And these differences occur even within ethnic groups?
What kinds of factors affect individuals from racially and ethnically diverse backgrounds in the classroom?
I'd like to turn for a moment to the issue of stereotyping. No one is entirely free of the impulse, of course, but teachers, it seems, have to be especially vigilant. How do stereotypes influence teacher expectations?"|
|Appears in Collections:||The IRIS Center|
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