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The Culturally Inclusive Educator asks educators to consider what they can do differently to create a welcoming, inclusive, and exciting environment for the 21st century. Based on the author's national research and consulting work, this book examines the discrepancy between the current educational cultural climate and the need for educators and their institutions to prepare for a growing multicultural population. It asks what constitutes effective preparation, and provides guidance on overcoming personal and institutional challenges to cultural inclusiveness (stereotype threats, microaggressions, colorblindness/identity-blindness, implicit bias, among others). Samuels begins with the challenges facing the higher education community and then offers 8 transformative steps to help build cultural inclusiveness that any educator teaching any subject can utilize to increase their effectiveness. Culturally inclusive leadership is highlighted as the model for educators and institutions to embrace to become successful in today's world.
Youngsters who relish the challenges offered by word games will be eager to have this new collection. Focusing on various countries from around the world, 40 different puzzle grids include randomly placed letters of the alphabet. Players are asked to find and circle groups of letters that spell out the name of a particular country's cities, capitals, rivers, famous residents, currency, natural resources, native flora and fauna, and more. Terms that appear vertically, horizontally, forward, backward, and diagonally within the grid also appear alphabetically in their correct form above the grid. An entertaining way to sharpen concentration, these puzzles also provide much useful information about foreign countries.
This book expands the traditional 'definition' of multicultural counseling from the usual two categories of race and ethnicity to eight categories that include: race, ethnicity, gender, age, religion/spirituality, ability/disability, class, and sexual orientation. Although market leaders are starting to incorporate these categories, this will be the first to account for them all from the onset. Cutting-edge and responsible presentations for each cultural area are written by prominent scholars with the relevant socio-cultural background, with an entire chapter dedicated to social class. Using a constructivist methodology, the book includes additional chapters that will contextualize this material with respect broad issues of culture, power, social justice, and the development of empathy despite difference, etc. No other book in the market covers multicultural counseling with this inclusiveness.