Thursday, 22 October 2015

Race and Culture in the Classroom: Teaching and Learning Through Multicultural Education by Mary Dilg

This book looks at the dynamics within an urban high school. As an English teacher with a white background, defines and examines major encounters within the classroom. Dilg also looks at the ‘joys at the heart’ of multicultural education with young people.

What is more, Dilg looks at profound matters and demonstrates how educationalists can conduct questions upon race as well as culture within the subjects that are taught. Furthermore, Dilg proposes agendas for the procedures, quandaries and lastly, the welfares of multicultural education. However, Dilg also indicated that multicultural approach towards schooling is substantially more multifaceted compared to frequently acknowledged factors.
Dilg, M. (1999). Race and culture in the classroom. New York: Teachers College Press.

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