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Culturally Responsive Teaching Online and In Person

An Action Planner for Dynamic Equitable Learning Environments
By: Stephanie Smith Budhai, Kristine S. Lewis Grant

Foreword by Matthew R. Kay

Part professional development, part action planner, this book can help teachers pivot instruction to ensure equitable, inclusive learning experiences in online and in-person settings.

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  • Grade Level: PreK-12
  • ISBN: 9781071855270
  • Published By: Corwin
  • Series: Corwin Teaching Essentials
  • Year: 2022
  • Page Count: 200
  • Publication date: February 23, 2022

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An equitable, inclusive and practical application of culturally responsive teaching that transcends learning environments

Educators in the 21st century are teaching diverse learners across a range of learning environments, while attending to critical issues related to equity, inclusion, and social justice. Now there’s a resource to help you merge the essential skills of embedding culturally responsive teaching practices into online and in person learning settings. Using the Dynamic Equitable Learning Environments (DELE) framework, you can build the knowledge, awareness, skills, and dispositions to pivot instruction to facilitate equitable, inclusive, and anti-racist learning experiences that transcend cultural, social, and linguistic backgrounds—no matter where, when, or how your students do their learning.

Combining an interactive workspace with teacher preparation and professional development, this book provides an action planner and toolkit for embedding culturally responsive teaching into online and in person instruction. Other features include:

  • Demonstrative, inspirational, and culturally responsive practical approaches for online and in person educational settings
  • Self-reflection questions, anti-bias exercises, and critical-thinking activities that support equity-mindedness
  • Culturally sustaining checklist templates
  • Links to additional responsive online resources, readings, and culturally relevant media
  • Action plan templates to work through in each chapter
  • Additional Call to Action practices to pursue after completing the book

When you commit to culturally responsive teaching, you want to build your own capacity to provide every learner, in every educational setting, the ability to connect with the curriculum in authentic and equitable ways. This book enables you to do just that by providing the pedagogical strategies to meaningfully engage all learners, especially in online settings, and ensure that your class is inclusive, decolonized, and takes into account the diverse lived experiences of all learners, their families, and communities.



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Stephanie Smith Budhai

Stephanie Smith Budhai, Ph.D. is an associate clinical professor at Drexel University and a certified K-12 teacher. She has spent the past decade as a teacher educator building culturally responsive and anti-racist curriculum. She is on the board of the Pennsylvania Chapter of the National Association for Multicultural Education.

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Kristine S. Lewis Grant

Kristine S. Lewis Grant, Ph.D. is a clinical professor of multicultural and urban education at Drexel University. Her research interests include family engagement in urban schools, and the recruitment and retention of teachers of color. She is a board member of the Pennsylvania chapter of the National Association for Multicultural Education.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Foreword by Matthew Kay

Introduction: Why Culturally Responsive Teaching Matters in Dynamic Equitable Learning Environments

Part One: Focusing on You: Unmasking Bias and Microaggressions

Opening Vignette: Mr. Malcolm Williams

Ch 1: Acknowledging Unconscious Bias

Ch 2: Reducing Implicit and Explicit Bias

Ch 3: Eliminating Microaggressions

Part Two: Focusing on Your Relationships: Co-Constructing Meaningful Connections with Students and Families

Opening Vignette: Ms. Asia Henderson

Ch 4: Activating Students’ Assets and Cultural Capital

Ch 5: Caring for Students Within their Sociopolitical Context

Ch 6: Forging Reciprocal Relationships with Families and Communities

Part Three: Focusing on Your Pedagogical Practices: Incorporating Culturally Relevant Teaching

Opening Vignette: Mr. Khemar Journey

Ch 7. Developing Equity-Mindedness

Ch 8: Planning Anti-bias Instruction

Ch 9: Preparing Culturally Responsive Authentic Assessments

Epilogue: A Call to Action: Leveraging One's Own Power and Privilege to Dismantle Systematic Barriers for Sustainable and Equitable Learning




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