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This study examines the conflicts and tensions that six teachers in a suburban secondary school in southern Ontario experienced implementing integrative anti-racist educational practices. These practices include addressing issues of diversity and difference, challenging forms of oppression, and the structures and systems that produce educational inequalities. The study utilizes critical ethnographic research methodology. This research approach focuses on the lived experiences of the participants and seeks to bring about change and transformation in their beliefs and practices.The results of the study indicate that teachers implementing anti-racist educational practices experience conflicts, tensions, and trauma as they challenge forms of oppression such as (homophobia, racism, and whiteness), and address issues of diversity and difference. This study also focuses on the kind of support that is necessary for teachers to continue to implement anti-racist educational practices. Experiential collaborative mentorship is posited in this study as a means to provide that support. It is a notion of mentoring that focuses on dialogue, shared experiences, and resource support for teachers. This study has practical and theoretical implications for anti-racist educational practices and discourse, particularly in the area of anti-homophobia education, the complexities and possibilities and the kind of support that is necessary.
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He is the author, co-author, and editor of several books on anti-racism and education, including Anti-Racism Education: Theory and Practice; Hardships and Survival in Rural West Africa; Reconstructing ‘Drop-Out’: A Critical Ethnography of the Dynamics of Black Students’ Disengagement from School and Indigenous Knowledge in Global Contexts. This breathtaking book offers its readers accessible, tangible, real-world explanations and lessons for initiating, implementing, and participating in anti-racist conversations and work. This is a must-have resource for all educators. In terms of integrating antiracist education into the classroom, Holmes recommends that teachers add diverse voices to their book lists. She also draws on resources from organizations such as. Integrative anti-racism identifies how different forms of social marginality and structured dominance intersect and shift with changing conditions in society” (56). He defines post-modernism as “an age of pragmatic shift in knowledge, rejecting an essentialized reality or a universal, simplified definition of social phenomena” (23n).
Educate to Liberate: Build an Anti-Racist Classroom. Rethinking Schools is a wonderful organization with many insightful books and articles. Also, having a support network of people to turn to when things feel tough can be invaluable. Education Must Be Liberation. White Racial Identity and Anti-Racist Education: A Catalyst for Change by Sandra M. Lawrence and Beverly Daniel Tatum Although race and race-related issues permeate and influence every social institution, any White teachers currently teaching in schools have had little exposure to a type of education in which the impact of race on. Educating for Equity: Educating for Equity is the website and consulting business of Ali Michael, Ph.D., who is the co-founder and director of The Race Institute for K Educators and the author of several books having to do with race, including Raising Race Questions: Whiteness, Inquiry, and Education (Teachers College Press, ), which won. ChApTer ObjeCTIVeS • Describe the Integrative model, including its his- tory and steps. • Communicate the applications and benefits of the Integrative model and learn what it might look like in a classroom. • Explain how to implement and plan for teaching with the Integrative model.
(). Anti-racist moral education: A review of approaches, impact and theoretical underpinnings from to Journal of Moral Education: Vol. 46, No. 2, pp. publicity campaigns against racism, racism response strategies, anti-racist education and training, racial prejudice and racial/religious stereotype reduction programs, and racism awareness training. (Note that in the latter case, any reductions in racism are supposed to . Adopt an Explicitly Anti-Racist Position. The ideologies and culture of racism, oppression, and eurocentrism that permeate all institutions of education must be explicitly named and deftly addressed. 16 Anti-racist children’s books. While this list is geared toward parents looking to help talk to their kids about racial inequality, many of these make excellent additions to an elementary school classroom. Each book listed is linked to its publisher, where you can find out more about the target age and reading level.