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Common Practices: How are We Currently Preparing Educators for Diverse Classrooms?
Common practices: How are we currently preparing educators for diverse classrooms?
Introduction

In this chapter, we discuss several tried-and-true methods for preparing educators to be culturally competent to teach diverse learners in today's multicultural, multilinguistic classrooms by using a variety of readings, videos, discussion topics, and activities designed to help educators become more knowledgeable about the diversity of their students and to build their capacity as culturally responsive educators. To begin, we review several goals commonly used for multicultural education and then describe five key concepts proposed by Milner (2010) for all diversity courses or workshops. We talk about Milner's ideas early because they are key ideas related to our goal of helping educators become critically ...

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