ble574 | Graduate

School, Community, And Family Culture

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This course is designed to examine multicultural education in the classroom, in the community, and globally. The primary focus is to provide participants with an understanding and appreciation of the beliefs, customs, and traditions of diverse cultures. Participants integrate multicultural curriculum featuring a variety of instructional strategies for bilingual learners that promote culturally responsive teaching.

This graduate-level course is 4 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 4 weeks

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    Culturally Responsive Curriculum, Instructional Strategies, and Assessment

    • Apply culturally responsive curriculum for bilingual learners across multiple content areas.
    • Implement bilingual instructional strategies that support a culturally responsive learning environment.
    • Describe ways to create culturally responsive assessments.
    • Evaluate the effectiveness of culturally responsive instructional strategies.
    • Analyze culturally responsive bilingual teaching methods within the local and global community.
    • Explain culturally responsive teaching.
    • Identify the benefits and challenges of creating a culturally responsive learning environment.

    Overview of Multicultural Education

    • Explain the historical implications of immigration, migration, and cultural groups in the United States.
    • Define multicultural education.
    • Identify terminology, principles, and strategies to enhance multicultural education.
    • Describe components of culturally responsive teaching.

    Building Community

    • Define global education.
    • Compare key concepts of multicultural and global education within the community.
    • Apply global perspectives to increase bilingual learners’ awareness and understanding of the community.
    • Implement bilingual instructional strategies for preparing a culturally responsive community.

    Diversity

    • Define cultural diversity.
    • Identify the benefits and challenges of cultural diversity in relation to multiple perspectives within the local and global community.
    • Explain implications of human rights in association with cultural biases, stereotypes, and prejudice.
    • Apply global perspective to increase bilingual learners’ knowledge about diversity.
    • Implement bilingual instructional strategies for preparing a culturally diverse community.
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