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35 Books All Educators of African American And latino Students Must Read


Twelve Tips All Educators Must Know About Educating African American and Latino Students



Why I Hate School But Love Education: Spoken Word
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Pedro Noguero
Pedro Noguera, an expert on school reform, diversity and the achievement gap, delivers the sixth annual Walter N. Ridley Distinguished Lecture at the University of Virginia. Noguera titles his talk, "A Broader, Bolder Approach to Education," mirroring the name of a public policy group he helped to form. He advocates opportunities and positive program developments backed by policy changes as better ways to address problems facing schools than narrower measures driven by testing and test scores.

Noguera is a professor at the Steinhardt School of Education at New York University. He is director of the Metropolitan Center for Urban Education. He also holds a part-time position as a high school teacher.

Culture and Learning Style

Educational Leadership


Field Dependent vs Field Independent Learning styles
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Definition of Field Dependence

Research article by Robert Wyss

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http://thedirty30sclub.com/blog/2012/04/what-this-anthropologist-learned-from-a-group-of-african-children/
An anthropologist proposed a game to children in an African tribe. He put a basket full of fruit near a tree and told the kids that whoever got there first won the sweet fruits. When he told them to run they all took each other’s hands and ran together, then sat together enjoying their treats. When he asked them why they had run like that as one could have had all the fruits for himself, they said: “UBUNTU, how can one of us be happy if all the other ones are sad”?
UBUNTU in the Xhosa culture means: “I am because we are”.

“We are one—we are all connected. A simple gesture carried out by one person creates a ripple effect through the fabric of mankind. Something I do will somehow affect you someday so it is of utmost importance that we are mindful of what we say and how we behave.” Chiao Kee

“… competition benefits one, co-operation benefits all. My personal view is that competition carries the energy of lack, implying there is not enough. Co-operation, on the other hand, carries the energy of abundance—that there is plenty to go around, that no one has to go without in order for someone to have something.” Chiao Kee


**Multiplication Is for White People': Raising Expectations for Other People's Children** By Lisa Delpit The New Press, 2012
"Delpit makes the case that African-American students do not achieve to their potential because they're hindered by "society's deeply ingrained bias of equating blackness with inferiority," the effects of stereotype threat, and curriculum that is not meaningful to them. More simply, she argues, they are not being taught effectively." Education Week

An example of Verve !


High Expectations and Rigor Phil Holmes has taught English for decades, first to the privileged but lately to the disadvantaged. His method and his intensity make a solid connection with both extremes.

Addressing race in schools - Teachers Advised to ‘Get Real’ on Race, Education Week
Getting Real About Race:Addressing Racial Issues in Classrooms Transcript of interview of Mica Pollack and Karolyn Tyson, authors of new book on race to be released later this year. Education Week.
Literacy - Phila. School Bucks Literacy Trends, Education Week

The Freedom Writers Teacher's Guide
The Model Minority Myth
Understanding the Educational Achievements of "Model Minorities"
Field Independent/Dependent Learning Styles

Dr Belinda Williams, Cognitive Psychologist - Interview with Belinda Williams