Multicultural Teaching: African-American Faculty Classroom Teaching Experiences in Predominantly White Colleges and Universities
McGowan, Juanita M., Multicultural Education
As colleges and universities have beguntorestructurehighereducation, agreater emphasis has been placed on teaching and learning. Traditionally, college teaching relied on the professor to disseminate information or to be an expert (Angelo, 1993). The current paradigm shift now encourages the college professor to become a facilitator of knowledge (Bonwell, 1997; Plater, 1995). This model requires faculty to develop positive, cooperative relationships with students. What are those factors that contribute to a positive teacher/learner relationship?
Considerable research has been conducted on effective college teaching(Bonwell & Eison, 1991; Gibbs, 1987; …
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Publication information: Article title: Multicultural Teaching: African-American Faculty Classroom Teaching Experiences in Predominantly White Colleges and Universities. Contributors: McGowan, Juanita M. - Author. Magazine title: Multicultural Education. Volume: 8. Issue: 2 Publication date: Winter 2000. Page number: 19+. © 2005 Caddo Gap Press. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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