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Unearthing Culturally Responsive Mathematics Teaching

Author : Emily P. Bonner
ISBN : 9780761853992
Genre : Education
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This book focuses on the theory and practices of a highly successful mathematics teacher of African American children in a high-poverty school. The discussions in the book center on the ideals of culturally responsive teaching (CRT), and seek to build understanding of this concept in the context of mathematics.

Math Know How

Author : Thomasenia Lott Adams
ISBN : 9781452282626
Genre : Education
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From two math coaches who really know how Have you ever wished there were a single resource to help you tackle your most persistent teaching issues once and for all? To engage students in more meaningful ways? To provide the tools you need to increase students’ understanding of key mathematical concepts? All at the same time! Math coaches Thomasenia Lott Adams and Joanne LaFramenta have just written it. With the help of this book, you’ll be armed with the know-how to employ strategies to achieve the CCSS, especially the Mathematical Practices make purposeful teaching decisions facilitate differentiated instruction teach and learn with manipulatives use technology appropriately

What We Still Don T Know About Teaching Race

Author : Sherick A. Hughes
ISBN : STANFORD:36105114518066
Genre : Education
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Features thirteen essays on the topic of teaching race, a subject of importance for those in training to become teachers. These essays aim to confront the discourse and practices of teaching about race at various levels of contemporary learning settings in the United States.

Minty

Author : Alan Schroeder
ISBN : 9780140561968
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Young Harriet Tubman, whose childhood name was Minty, dreams of escaping slavery on the Brodas plantation in the late 1820s.

Great Black Leaders

Author : Ivan Van Sertima
ISBN : 088738739X
Genre : Social Science
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Any selection of leaders, whatever the criteria, is inherently subjective, and this collection does not pretend to be comprehensive. It does establish clear criteria for inclusion, attempting to include outstanding individuals from America, Africa, and the Caribbean, who are clearly of global and not solely national significance. Leaders from a number of historical epochs were selected, and the editor has also included material on outstanding women leaders. Leaders who have captured the world's imagination (Shaka), or who have profoundly affected the modern period (Kwame Nkrumah) have also been represented. With one exception, Nelson Mandela, the individuals described are no longer living, to ensure that time warrants a consensus about their significance.

Barack Obama

Author : Nikki Grimes
ISBN : 9781416984641
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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The #1 New York Times bestselling picture-book biography of President Barack Obama is now in paperback. Ever since Barack Obama was young, Hope has lived inside him. From the beaches of Hawaii to the streets of Chicago, from the jungles of Indonesia to the plains of Kenya, he has held on to Hope. Even as a boy, Barack knew he wasn’t quite like anybody else, but through his journeys he found the ability to listen to Hope and become what he was meant to be: a bridge to bring people together. This is the moving story of our 44th President, told by Nikki Grimes and illustrated by Bryan Collier, both winners of the Coretta Scott King Award. Barack Obama has motivated Americans to believe with him, to believe that every one of us has the power to change ourselves and change our world.

African American Folktales

Author : Roger Abrahams
ISBN : 9780307803184
Genre : Social Science
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From the canefileds of the ante-bellum South, the villages of the Caribbean islands, and the streets of contemporary inner cities, here are more than one hundred tales from an "incredibly rich and affirmative storytelling tradition" (Choice). Full of life, wisdom, and humor, these tales range from the earthy comedy of tricksters to stories explaining how the world was created and got to be the way it is, to moral fables that tell of encounters between masters and slaves. They includes stories set down in travelers' reports and plantation journals from the early nineteenth century, tales gathered by collectors such as Joel Chandler Harris and Zora Neale Hurston, and narratives tape-recorded by Roger Abrahams himself during extensive expeditions throughout the American South and the Caribbean. Part of the Pantheon Fairy Tale and Folkore Library

Hip Hop America

Author : Nelson George
ISBN : 1101007303
Genre : Social Science
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From Nelson George, supervising producer and writer of the hit Netflix series, "The Get Down, Hip Hop America is the definitive account of the society-altering collision between black youth culture and the mass media. From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Real Ebonics Debate

Author : Theresa Perry
ISBN : 0807031453
Genre : Education
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Examines the controversy surrounding Ebonics and education

Blacks In Science

Author : Ivan Van Sertima
ISBN : 0878559418
Genre : Social Science
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Providing an overview of the lost sciences of Africa and of contributions that blacks have made to modern American science, Blacks in Science presents a range of new information from Africanists. The book also includes bibliographical guides that are crucial to further research and teaching. The lineaments of a lost science are now emerging and we can glimpse some of the once buried reefs of this remarkable civilization. A lot more remains to be revealed. But enough has been found in the past few years to make it quite clear that the finest heart of the African world receded into the shadow while its broken bones were put on spectacular display. The image of the African, therefore, has been built up so far upon his lowest common denominator. In the new vision of the ancestor, we need to turn our eyes away from the periphery of the primitive to the more dynamic source of genius in the heartland of the African world. -- Ivan Van Sertima

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