Teaching Culturally Diverse College Students in a Pluralistic Society Alexander L. Rodygin

ISBN: 9781556053436

Published: January 1st 2002

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306 pages


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Teaching Culturally Diverse College Students in a Pluralistic Society  by  Alexander L. Rodygin

Teaching Culturally Diverse College Students in a Pluralistic Society by Alexander L. Rodygin
January 1st 2002 | Unknown Binding | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 306 pages | ISBN: 9781556053436 | 10.31 Mb

The new millennium is one of great challenge for diversity in American higher education. Christensen and Tafel (1990) define diversity as difference in perspective, experience, culture, [and] attitude all which present challenges and opportunities toMoreThe new millennium is one of great challenge for diversity in American higher education. Christensen and Tafel (1990) define diversity as difference in perspective, experience, culture, [and] attitude all which present challenges and opportunities to faculty and administrators in the new millennium. Teaching culturally diverse students in a pluralistic classroom is perhaps a more formidable challenge for faculty than at any time in our history.

Today, higher education institutions are seeking answers to the complex issues of access, admission, retention and graduation of culturally diverse students. With the rapidly growing body of research of what works with culturally diverse students on college campuses, higher education institutions have developed the expertise and resources necessary to meet the needs of this new student population.



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