For Multicultural/Multiethnic Education courses, (Curriculum and Instruction), both education and non-education majorsLauded as the best single text for introducing students to the study of diversity in 21st century America, with a focus on culture, the individual, and institutions. This popular text is grounded in research that has been conducted in various behavioral and social sciences including education, psychology, history, sociology, biology, anthropology, women's studies, and ethnic studies. The author uses a stimulating inquiry approach to make the content more interesting to students, to encourage student discussion and debate on the issues, and to ultimately promote a deeper understanding of the material. Each chapter features questions regarding diversity issues with responses based on research from a variety of disciplines and from the author's experienceaquot;The new edition has been carefully updated with new content in many critical areas, including: aquot; long-term effects of preschool education and the influence of attendance for low-income students in middle schools important issues dealing ...
|Title||:||Understanding Human Differences|
|Author||:||Kent L. Koppelman|
|Publisher||:||Pearson College Division - 2013-02-20|