Getting Started with Culturally Responsive Teaching

By Nikki Williams Rucker
January 13, 2020

This article demystifies culturally responsive teaching. Becoming more culturally responsive begins with getting to know students well. The author lays out a roadmap for teachers who want to jump in. It includes ideas to confront implicit bias, build classroom culture that fosters student belonging and ownership, and revamp curriculum to make it more relevant. This is a great inspirational piece for any teacher who wants to adjust his or her teaching practice but doesn’t know where to begin.

Source Organization: Edutopia

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