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  • 1. Chapter 9Cultural Influences on Context: The Educational Setting
    Amber Laurin
  • 2. Cultural Influences on Context: The Educational Setting
    Culture and Education
    Globalization
    Multiculturalism
    Cultural Diversity and Education
    What Cultures Teach
    How Cultures Teach
  • 3.
  • 4. CHALLENGES OF MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION
    Culture and Learning
    Learning itself maybe natural to humankind, people differ in how they prefer to learn.
    Cultural Styles
    Learning and Cognition
  • 5. Cultural Styles
    “Modal Personality”
    Linear-Active Cultures
    Multi-Active Cultures
    Reactive Cultures
  • 6. Learning and Cognition Styles
    Field Independence vs. Field Sensitivity
    Cooperation versus Competition
    Trail and Error vs. “Watch, Then Do.”
    Tolerance vs. Intolerance for Ambiguity
    Listening and Receiving
    Analytical Learning Approach
    Intuition
    Aesthetics
    Constuctive Learning
    Tactile/Kinesthetic
  • 7. Relational Styles for Learning
    Dependency/Independence
    Participation/Passivity
    Impulsivity/Reflectivity
    Aural, Visual, and Verbal Preference
    Energy/Calmness
  • 8. Cultural Motivation Styles
    Intrinsic Motivation
    Extrinsic Motivation
    Learning on Demand
    Learning When Interested
  • 9. Cultural Interaction Styles
    Verbal, Non-verbal, communication rules that guide a community’s use of language.
    Passive-Receptive
    Participatory-Interactive
  • 10. Language Diversity in Multicultural Education
    Degree of Diversity
    Language and Identity
    Limited English Proficiency Students
  • 11. Multicultural Competency in the Classroom
    Developing Multicultural Proficiency
    Multicultural Classrooms
    Multicultural Communication Competence
    Multicultural Communication Strategies
  • 12. Group Activity
    Explain how you would reconcile the learning styles of students in a sixth-grade classroom with the following clientele: Latinos, Europeans, and Asians.
    “Show and tell” days where students bring items from their own cultures to share with the class
    Food days where students bring traditional dishes from their countries to share with the class
    Different weeks dedicated to learning about various cultures