Culture in School Learning: Revealing the Deep Meaning

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CULTURE IN SCHOOL LEARNING

Revealing the Deep Meaning

Etta R. Hollins

Washington State University, Pullman

LAWRENCE ERLBAUM ASSOCIATES, PUBLISHERS

1996 Mahwah, New Jersey

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Acknowledgments xiv
  • Chapter 1- Introduction: the Centrality Of Culture in School Learning 1
  • Acknowledgments 1
  • Acknowledgments 16
  • Chapter 2- The Deep Meaning of Culture 17
  • Acknowledgments 17
  • Acknowledgments 33
  • Chapter 3- Personalizing Cultural Diversity 35
  • Acknowledgments 35
  • Acknowledgments 54
  • Chapter 4- Learning About Diverse Populations Of Students 55
  • Acknowledgments 55
  • Acknowledgments 79
  • Chapter 5- Reframing the Curriculum 81
  • Acknowledgments 81
  • Acknowledgments 102
  • Chapter 6- Redesigning Instruction 103
  • Acknowledgments 103
  • Acknowledgments 126
  • Chapter 7- Formulating a Theory of Cultural Mediation in Instruction 128
  • Acknowledgments 128
  • Acknowledgments 151
  • Introduction 152
  • Acknowledgments 152
  • Acknowledgments 161
  • References 162
  • Author Index 170
  • Subject Index 173
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