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Culturally Inclusive/Relevant Teaching and Learning Frameworks

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Frameworks Culturally Inclusive/Relevant Teaching and Learning GIHE Good Practice Resource Booklet – Designing Culturally Inclusive Learning and Teaching Environments
By Barker, Frederiks, Farrelly Culturally responsive teaching can be defined as using the cultural knowledge, prior experiences, frames of reference, and performance styles of ethnically diverse students to make learning encounter more relevant to and effective for them. It teaches to and through the strengths of these students. Culturally Responsive Teaching: Theory, Research, and Practice Geneva Gay GIHE Good Practice Resource Booklet – Designing Culturally Inclusive Learning and Teaching Environments
By Barker, Frederiks, Farrelly Recommended Strategies to Assist with Creating a Culturally Inclusive Classroom Becoming Culturally Responsive Educators: Rethinking Teacher Education Pedagogy
By Kea, Campbell-Whatley, Richards Guidelines for a Culturally Responsive Curriculum 10 Questions to Guide Self-Reflection: Creating a Culturally Inclusive Classroom 1. What is my definition of “diversity”?
2. What national, cultural, linguistic or religious group(s) do I belong to? How do my teaching practices reflect this?
3. What do I know about the cultural, linguistic, religious and educational backgrounds of my students and other staff?
4. How could I learn more about the diversity of my students and staff colleagues?
5. What are my perceptions/assumptions of students and staff colleagues from diverse cultural groups? Or with language or
dialects different from mine? Or with special needs or requirements?
6. What are the sources of these perceptions (e.g., friends/relatives, media, stereotypes, past experiences)?
7. How do I respond to my students (emotionally, cognitively, and behaviorally), based on these perceptions?
8. What experiences do I have as a result of living, studying or working in culturally and linguistically diverse cultures? How
can I capitalize on this experience?
9. How can I adapt to teaching practices to be more responsive to the unique needs of diverse student groups?
10. What other knowledge, skills and resources would help me to teach from a more culturally inclusive perspective? The Seven Building Blocks of Differentiated Instruction Culturally Responsive Differentiated Instructional Strategies
By Metropolitan Center for Urban Education Comparison of Traditional and Differentiated Classrooms Culturally Responsive Differentiated Instructional Strategies
By Metropolitan Center for Urban Education Differentiated Instruction:
An approach to teaching and learning for students with different abilities in the same classroom.

It is NOT:
Having assignments be the same for all learners, but the level of difficulty of assignments varies for certain students
“Dumbing down” instruction to make it easier for some students
Individualized instruction An Intrinsic Motivational Framework Culturally Responsive Differentiated Instructional Strategies
By Metropolitan Center for Urban Education Goal: To use the strategies introduced in the six frameworks to create a culturally inclusive environment in YOUR classroom.
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