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Cultural Influences on Context: The Educational Setting
Cultural Influences on Context: The Educational Setting
Cultural Influences on Context: The Educational Setting
Cultural Influences on Context: The Educational Setting
Cultural Influences on Context: The Educational Setting
Cultural Influences on Context: The Educational Setting
Cultural Influences on Context: The Educational Setting
Cultural Influences on Context: The Educational Setting
Cultural Influences on Context: The Educational Setting
Cultural Influences on Context: The Educational Setting
Cultural Influences on Context: The Educational Setting
Cultural Influences on Context: The Educational Setting
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  • 1. Chapter 9Cultural Influences on Context: The Educational Setting<br />Amber Laurin<br />
  • 2. Cultural Influences on Context: The Educational Setting<br />Culture and Education<br />Globalization<br />Multiculturalism<br />Cultural Diversity and Education<br />What Cultures Teach<br />How Cultures Teach<br />
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  • 4. CHALLENGES OF MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION<br />Culture and Learning<br />Learning itself maybe natural to humankind, people differ in how they prefer to learn. <br />Cultural Styles<br />Learning and Cognition<br />
  • 5. Cultural Styles<br />“Modal Personality”<br />Linear-Active Cultures<br />Multi-Active Cultures<br />Reactive Cultures<br />
  • 6. Learning and Cognition Styles<br />Field Independence vs. Field Sensitivity<br />Cooperation versus Competition<br />Trail and Error vs. “Watch, Then Do.”<br />Tolerance vs. Intolerance for Ambiguity<br />Listening and Receiving<br />Analytical Learning Approach<br />Intuition<br />Aesthetics<br />Constuctive Learning<br />Tactile/Kinesthetic<br />
  • 7. Relational Styles for Learning<br />Dependency/Independence<br />Participation/Passivity<br />Impulsivity/Reflectivity<br />Aural, Visual, and Verbal Preference<br />Energy/Calmness<br />
  • 8. Cultural Motivation Styles<br />Intrinsic Motivation<br />Extrinsic Motivation<br />Learning on Demand<br />Learning When Interested<br />
  • 9. Cultural Interaction Styles<br />Verbal, Non-verbal, communication rules that guide a community’s use of language. <br />Passive-Receptive<br />Participatory-Interactive<br />
  • 10. Language Diversity in Multicultural Education<br />Degree of Diversity<br />Language and Identity<br />Limited English Proficiency Students<br />
  • 11. Multicultural Competency in the Classroom<br />Developing Multicultural Proficiency<br />Multicultural Classrooms<br />Multicultural Communication Competence<br />Multicultural Communication Strategies<br />
  • 12. Group Activity<br />Explain how you would reconcile the learning styles of students in a sixth-grade classroom with the following clientele: Latinos, Europeans, and Asians.<br />“Show and tell” days where students bring items from their own cultures to share with the class<br />Food days where students bring traditional dishes from their countries to share with the class <br />Different weeks dedicated to learning about various cultures<br />

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