Teaching inclusively : resources for course, department and institutional change in higher education (Livre, 2005) [Lorette Wilmot Library]
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Teaching inclusively : resources for course, department and institutional change in higher education

Auteur : Mathew L Ouellett
Éditeur: Stillwater, OK : New Forums Press, ©2005.
Collection: New Forums faculty development series.
Édition/format:   Livre imprimé : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et tous les formats
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This book brings together a broad array of current "best practices" in the design, implementation, and assessment of multicultural change initiatives on college and university campuses.--Publisher's description.
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Type d’ouvrage: Ressource Internet
Type de document: Livre, Ressource Internet
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs: Mathew L Ouellett
ISBN: 1581071132 9781581071139
Numéro OCLC: 61446956
Description: xii, 687 pages ; 23 cm.
Contenu: pt. 1. Theoretical frameworks and useful models. The theory and practice of multicultural organization development in education / Bailey W. Jackson --
Letting the hydra roam: attending to diverse forms of diversity in liberal arts education / Sammy Basu --
It takes a campus: situating professional development efforts within a campus diversity program / Nancy Chism and Karen Whitney --
Defining the shape of diversity pedagogy / Lynn Leonard [and others] --
Transcultural issues in teaching and learning / Bland Tomkinson --
Building multiculturalism into teaching development programs / Constance Ewing Cook and Mary Deane Sorcinelli --
Warming up the chill: teaching against structures / Audrey Kleinsasser and Jane Nelson --
Enhancing the climate for diversity in the classroom: an experiment in campus transformation / Richard C. Turner [and others] --
Positionality and authority in curriculum transformation: faculty/ student collaboration in course design / Betty Schmitz and Anupama Taranath --
Teaching and diversity: collaborative lessons learned / Pamela Ashmore --
- [et al.] --
Teaching inclusively: the whole is greater than the sum of its parts / Christine Martin --
Renewing diversity initiatives within an English department / Anne J. Herrington --
Teaching diversity and fostering inclusivity at the university: a collaborative approach / Abby L. Ferber and Andrea Herrera --
Speaking a new language: an innovative program promotes discussions in diversity with foreign language learners / Lisa Calvin --
Transforming teacher preparation: changing cultures through constructivism and reflective practices / Miguel Licona --
pt. 2. Departmental or program based change initiatives. Teaching together: interracial teams / Mathew L. Ouellett and Edith C. Fraser --
Confronting issues of oppression in the university: creating a space for faculty dialogue, reflection, and action / Peter Wilson --
Breaking the silence: innovative approaching for promoting dialogue about diversity issues within a communication disorders department / Maria Diana Gonzales and Jane A. Baran --
Transforming higher education institutions using multicultural organizational development: a case study of a large northeastern university / Linda S. Marchesani and Bailey W. Jackson --
Institutional transformation to support inclusive teaching initiatives / Murali Krishnamurthi --
Cultivating global understanding through campus-wide learning communities / Bonnie B, Mullinix, Rekha Datta, and Morris Saldov --
pt. 3. Systemic change initiatives. Moving the mountain: social justice education at the university / Julie Andrzejewski and John Alessio --
Multicultural transformation at Macalester college / Roxane Harvey Gudeman --
Making the campus community a safe and affirming space for all / Robert S. Haynor and Susan A. Holton --
Critical moments: a case-based diversity project that engages and enlivens campus-wide efforts to teach and work inclusively / Diane Gillespie, Gillies Malnarich, and Tina Young --
From reading group to faculty change team: the hamline university lido group / James Francisco Bonilla --
But how can I talk with faculty about that? approaches to consulting around multicultural issues / Matthew Kaplan and Beth Glover Reed --
Mainstreaming feminist perspectives / Carol Lauer and Lynda M. Glennon --
Faculty development and students with disabilities / Sheryl Burgstahler --
A catwalk for Kitano: highlighting Kitano's paradigm for multicultural course transformation in consultations with individual faculty / Natasha Flowers --
Proving diversity classes make a difference: effective assessment of students' learning / Sherwood Smith --
A framework for inclusive teaching in STEM disciplines / Lois A. Reddick [and others] --
The multicultural lab: diversity issues in STEM classes / A.T. Miller --
Science in the interest of social justice: untangling the biological realities of race and gender / Leslie S. Jones --
Faculty development and organizational change: moving from "minority relevant" to intersectionality and social justice / Beth Glover Reed and Melissa R. Peet --
Interactive theater as a multicultural change agent in faculty development / Diana Kardia, A.T. Miller, and Jeffrey Steiger --
Dissemination of peer-led team learning (PLTL) and formation of a national network: embracing a common pedagogy / Pratibha Varma-Nelson and David Gosser --
Service learning, study circles, and problem-based learning: student-initiated efforts to confront the concept of race, / Larry E. Greeson --
pt. 4. Best practices and methods. Developing diversity management skills in a university context: a direct or indirect approach? / Philip Frame and Jennifer O'Connor --
Creating inclusive classrooms: a view through the student lens / James Greenberg and Andre Perry --
Multicultural course transformation / Christine A. Stanley, Shari Saunders, and Jamie M. Hart --
Teaching with a social justice perspective: a model for faculty seminars across academic disciplines / Maurianne Adams and Barbara J. Love --
Strategic action in hot moments / Lee Warren --
Inclusive teaching for our queer students: a workshop / Michele Dipietro --
Key resources on diversity for faculty developers: an idiosyncratic annotated bibliography --
Stephanie Nickerson --
Multicultural online resources: what are they, where are they, and are they bias-free? / Denise C. Camin.
Titre de collection: New Forums faculty development series.
Responsabilité: edited by Mathew L. Ouellett.

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This book brings together a broad array of current "best practices" in the design, implementation, and assessment of multicultural change initiatives on college and university campuses.--Publisher's description.
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