Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||LC3731 .A78 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 280 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||280|
|LC Control Number||82012741|
Cultural pluralism and education: The impact of Anglo culture on native societies in Australia, New Zealand, and the USA (AERA-PDK award lecture) Pamphlet – January 1, by Robert James Havighurst (Author)Author: Robert James Havighurst. Using discipline-based art education as a framework, he suggests ways to design and implement a curriculum for multicultural art education that will help students find a place for art in their lives. Art educators will find Celebrating Pluralism invaluable in negotiating the approach to multicultural art education that makes the most sense to their students and their : F. Graeme Chalmers. The contributors to this book argue that cultural pluralism rather than cultural homogeneity must be recognized and accepted within our educational institutions--not as a necessary evil, but as a strong positive force. For different does not mean inferior or superior, Cited by: Series: Cultural Pluralism, Democracy, Socio-environmental Justice & Education (Book 2) Paperback: pages; Publisher: Sense Publishers; 1st edition (Febru ) Language: English; ISBN ; ISBN ; Product Dimensions: x x inches Shipping Weight: ounces (View shipping rates and policies)Cited by:
In Chapter 2, the theory of cultural pluralism is explored, concentrating on the necessary conditions of a society for the concept to apply--cultural diversity, membership in a common politic with interaction between and among groups, relative parity and equality between groups, and a perceived value for the continuance of by: The Harlem and Atlanta experiments in Negro adult education sponsored by the American Association for Adult Education actualized many of Locke's educational ideas from to Locke's role as evaluator of these projects provided him the opportunity to apply his philosophy of cultural pluralism to adult by: 8. Reviews and Speaking Engagements: Pluralism and American Education: No One Way to School Book Talk in Austin, TX: On October 12th, Dr. Ashley Berner joined Dr. Kevin Roberts, Vice President of the Texas Public Policy Foundation, to discuss her book, Pluralism and American Public Education: No One Way to School ().The conversation examined such themes as the experience of other . The philosophy of pluralism is not restricted to the "purist" educational environment but is being extended to encompass teacher in-service training and community-based involvement and input. Teachers and the community at large are acquiring an awareness of pluralism through subtle methods of dialog and participation.
Education and Cultural Pluralism book. Education and Cultural Pluralism. DOI link for Education and Cultural Pluralism. Education and Cultural Pluralism book. Edited By Maurice Craft. This collection of essays, first published in , on multicultural education seeks to introduce teachers, teacher educators, educational administrators Cited by: The contemporary context of education --Dewey and cultural pluralism --Ernst Cassirer and the sources of cultural thought --Pluralism in democracy --Contemporary social and educational issues --A strategy for change. Education and race relations are both contested areas of study and intervention; so it is hardly surprising that multicultural education, which straddles the Education and Cultural Pluralism book. Education and Cultural Pluralism. DOI link for Education and Cultural Pluralism. Education and Cultural Pluralism book. Edited By Maurice : Robert Jeffcoate. Cultural Pluralism: Its Implications for Education THOMAS C. HOGG * MARLIN R. McCOMB Sometimes we protect ourselves by ostra cizing that different, sometimes by coercing, indenturing or enslaving it, sometimes by liqui dating it. Always we would, if we could, digest it culturally as we digest vegetables and animals biologically.