Work

 

Community Engaged Clinical Experiences as a Conduit for Culturally Responsive Teaching Público Deposited

Contenido descargable

Descargar PDF

MLA citation style

Cornelius, Cathi, and Segarra Hansen, Allison. Community Engaged Clinical Experiences As a Conduit for Culturally Responsive Teaching. . 2022. https://mushare.marian.edu/concern/generic_works/280cc8c9-68e9-4281-9ff1-1e2d26598a63?locale=es

APA citation style

Cornelius, Cathi, & Segarra Hansen, Allison. (2022). Community Engaged Clinical Experiences as a Conduit for Culturally Responsive Teaching. https://mushare.marian.edu/concern/generic_works/280cc8c9-68e9-4281-9ff1-1e2d26598a63?locale=es

Chicago citation style

Cornelius, Cathi, and Segarra Hansen, Allison. Community Engaged Clinical Experiences As a Conduit for Culturally Responsive Teaching. 2022. https://mushare.marian.edu/concern/generic_works/280cc8c9-68e9-4281-9ff1-1e2d26598a63?locale=es

Note: These citations are programmatically generated and may be incomplete.

Teacher candidates explore themselves more deeply than ever before through community engaged critical service learning paired with ongoing self-reflection and examination of critical consciousness. Students are challenged to answer the questions: Who am I? Where did I come from? What do I carry with me? What (historical) practices, experiences, and influences have significantly impacted my dispositions, assumptions, expectations, and behaviors? How might all these things impact the way I approach teaching my future students? How will I help students to successfully navigate and negotiate cultural differences/conflict? How will I teach for social action? Critical Service Learning forces students out of their comfort zones and into unfamiliar community funds of knowledge that are crucial to culturally relevant and equity pedagogy.

Creator
Language
Palabra Clave
Date created
Resource type
Rights statement

Artículos