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Culturally Responsive Coaching for Culturally Responsive Schools

TESOL 2011

Rene Cooper

on 6 August 2012

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Transcript of Culturally Responsive Coaching for Culturally Responsive Schools

The use of cultural knowledge, prior experiences, and frames of reference to cause learning for all, thereby improving achievement. Culturally Responsive Coaching
Culturally Responsive Schools Compass Points Cultural Mapping attempt abandon attack Acting Speculating Caring Attending Likes to act, try things, plunge in! Likes to see the big picture before acting! Likes to know that feelings have been considered and voices have been heard before acting! Likes to know the who, what, when, where and why before acting! Reflection Questions What are the strengths of my styles?

What are the limitations of my styles?

What other styles would be most difficult to work with? Why?

What do other styles need to know about me that will enable us to interact more successfully? Activist Reflector Pragmatist Theorist DEFINITION: Culture is __________.

ANALOGY: Culture is like ________. Culture Club Cultural Responsiveness Learning Elements of Culture My MultiCultural Self Reflection How can these elements of culture impact relationships? Self Age? Job? Race? Gender? ? ? ? ? Learn best from new experiences, problems and challenges when involved with other people and their ideas. Learn best when you see connections and have immediate opportunities to implement what you have learned. Learn best when information is part of a system or model or when intellectually challenged with a situation that can be analyzed. Learn best when you are ale to step back and listen or observe or when asked to present a carefully considered analysis. Processing Construct meaning through demonstrations, videos and other non-linguistic means to make learning tangible. Visualizing Writing Verbalizing Applying Construct meaning by talking through ideas and working through problems with input from others. Construct meaning through written reflections and time to process. Construct meaning by taking new information and adapting it to particular needs. Communicating When an "ISM" Appears Denied Given
Negative Connotation When People Say: "I don't see color!" "We're all alike!" Denied Denied When People Say: "We're all individuals!" Over-Emphasized Orientation Lived in same region of the country most of your life. Lived in various regions of the country. Lived in another country. Lived in multiple
foreign countries. Had same career most of your life. Occupation Had two different careers in your life. Had more than three different careers in your life. Had three different careers in your life. You speak only one language fluently. Langauge You speak two languages fluently. You speak three languages fluently. You speak more than three languages fluently. Spent most of career as an EFL teacher. Spent most of career as a classroom teacher. Spent most of career as an ESL teacher. Teaching Spent none of career as a classroom teacher. Why? VISIBLE HIDDEN Behavior Values Beliefs Attitudes Perceptions What we say we do! What we really do! Working
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