This resource features two tools from the Center for Collaborative Education (CCE) which focus on culturally-responsive teaching practices. Both tools are practical and can be used by educators to examine their teaching practices and design lessons and performance tasks that are more accessible and engaging for students from all cultures.
This chart provides a quick overview of seven culturally-responsive teaching components at work, in a classroom. These include communicating high expectations, ensuring learning is done in the context of student’s cultures and working as a facilitator so students can take ownership of their own learning.
This checklist can be used to evaluate a specific assessment/performance task to check for fairness and cultural responsiveness and to eliminate bias and stereotyping.
Source Organization: Center for Collaborative Education