“As I’ve been sharing with other audiences, I realized that one key message I’d like teachers to take from the book is that culturally responsive teaching is much more manageable than you’re led to believe.
One of the biggest challenges I see teachers struggle with when first embracing this approach is trying to operationalize it in their classrooms. They worry that they have to learn 19 different cultures – their customs, holidays, foods, and language. This simply isn’t true. The other instinct is to reduce it to a set of checklists for each culture as a way to make it manageable.”
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