Planning for effective and culturally responsive teaching and learning: Strategies that ensure equity and academic achievement for all students

In response to your interest and concern about strategies for improving the academic performance of minority students, especially African American students who, in many districts, are the lowest performing student group, this book compiles the result of award-nominated research with 55 Seattle educators who successfully closed Black-White achievement gaps.

 

Planning for Effective and Culturally Responsive Teaching and Learning serves at-risk students and provides a definitive guide on how to implement culturally responsive programs in classrooms, lecture halls and boardrooms. Comprised of ten chapters among five subsections including, “Expectations and Equity,” “Contextual Features and Classroom Environment,” “Instructional Planning,” and “Student-Teacher Academic Interaction,” and “Instruction,” the necessary and expertly penned planning book explores instruction that responds to students’ cultures, race, gender and class.  Illuminating as a tool and indispensable as an introduction, this book has fifty-two planning pages with more than 180 strategies to assist educators as a quick reference tool as they develop action plans.

Abstract: 

McKinley’s research with 55 Seattle educators who successfully closed Black-White achievement gaps has been presented at over 90 national and international conferences, was nominated for the 2005 American Educational Research Association and National Staff Development Council Dissertation awards, and has been compiled in a definitive 52-week planning guidebook, Planning for Effective & Culturally Responsive Teaching & Learning.

This publication has been peer reviewed.
Publication Type: 
Book (Please add book type using field below)
Authors: 
Dr. Johnnie McKinley
Year of Publication: 
2008
Journal, Book, Magazine or Other Publication Title: 
Planning for effective and culturally responsive teaching and learning: Strategies that ensure equity and academic achievement for all students
Publisher: 
BookSurge at Amazon
Date Published: 
Tuesday, January 1, 2008
Publication Language: 
English
ISBN Number: 
978-1-4196-9745-6
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Associated Awards: 
Research nominated for the 2005 American Educational Research Association and National Staff Development Council Dissertation awards.

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