Cultural reciprocity in special education : building family-professional relationships
Source:Paul H. Brookes Pub. Co., Baltimore, Md., p.199 (2012)
Call Number:Cubb LC3981 .K33 2012
Keywords:Intercultural communication--United States, Minority people with disabilities--Education--United States, Special education--Parent participation--United States, Special education--Social aspects--United States
Contents: Cultural underpinnings of special education -- Cultural reciprocity as an approach toward building parent-professional relationships -- Legal and epistemological underpinnings of the construction of disability -- The role of professional expertise and language in the treatment of disability -- Professionals' perspectives on parenting styles -- Goal setting for students: parents versus professionals: expectations -- Cultural reciprocity as a transformative journey in research and practice / Davenia Lea -- Stories of transformation: the power of exploring cultural dilemmas / Eva Thorp and Monimalika Day -- The preservice classroom as an intercultural space for experiencing a process of cultural reciprocity / Shernaz B. García.