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I am a college student majoring in education, and I had to read this book for my Education class.
Her main point is that students will learn better and will enjoy learning more if the lessons are culturally relevant and if the teacher is also.
She gives us a complete and comprehensive knowledge base of what culturally relevant teaching, teacher efficacy and self-esteem are as well.
i used it when getting my degree in education. this was one of the required books its a great book.Published 19 months ago by Joshua Evans
A must for white teachers preparing to teach in urban environments. I learned so much about how to affirm my students black identities.Published 20 months ago by Annie Bowers
I didn't receive the book as timely as I would have liked.I ordered several books on the same day and this was the last to come (over a week after the others arrived) . Read morePublished 21 months ago by Leronica Gigger
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Great product. Excellent condition. Can't wait to get into this book and really learn about my students. I want them to have every opportunity possible!Published on June 11, 2012 by Joy A. Rector
Ladson-Billings is one of the best known researchers working with African American students and culturally responsive teaching and education. Read morePublished on April 29, 2011 by Nolagirl
This is great book to research some of the best teaching practices for working with young African American students. Read morePublished on September 9, 2009 by Tim