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White women getting real about race : their stories about what they learned teaching in diverse classrooms

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

(2013)

Call Number:

Cubb LC1099.3 .W525 2013

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/10162923

Keywords:

Multicultural education--United States, Teachers, White--United States, Women teachers--United States

Abstract:

Contents: For the love of clowns / by Judith M. James -- Human error / by Bridget Christianson -- Look for connections: they are there adrift / by Kate Tindle -- Of privilege, approval and a savior complex / by Kat Griffith -- My all-American birthright / by Rachel Stephens -- The screen door: race around an ordinary life / by Nancy Peterson -- "Saber dos lenguas es saber dos mundos": thoughts from a white bilingual educator / by Peggy Semingson -- Piano lessons: a white teacher struggles to share the spotlight / by Tara L. Affolter -- Tap dancing on tile: side stepping failure at Guilford Elementary School / by Kat Richter -- A question of balance: my journey of cultural evolution / by Tabitha Dell Angelo -- The myth of the lone hero: how a school in Brooklyn taught me to stay with a broken heart / by Sharon Barnett -- Paying attention to racial matters: personal and professional development / by Terri Karis.

Publication Language:

eng