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Title: Culturally Proficient Instruction: A Guide for People Who Teach
Author(s): Robins, Nuri; Kikanza, et al.
Published: 2002
Copies: 1
Summary: Cultural proficiency is the self-awareness to recognize how you-because of your ethnicity, your culture, and your life experiences-may offend others, and yet how you may also offer others something unique and special. Topics include: Assessing your culture Overcoming barriers to cultural proficiency Valuing diversity Managing the dynamics of difference Adapting to diversity Institutionalizing cultural knowledge Incorporating a wide range of examples from a multitude of environments, this is a book for everyone who teaches, in every type of setting.

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