Where Am I? Who Am I? Who Are You? Guided Disruption and Culturally Responsive Practice Through International Exchange
Our world and society is rapidly becoming more and more interdependent. A sustainable globalized society requires a population that is more culturally and linguistically sensitive, and requires educators with the dispositions and skills to 1) help students be more culturally responsive, and 2) work with an ever-increasing culturally and linguistically diverse population. Any core curriculum should include the infusion of a culturally responsive pedagogy. This presentation will examine how guided international exchange in teacher education programs may be a particularly powerful tool toward preparing teachers to infuse a culturally responsive pedagogy in their practice.
Levine, A. J., Frambaugh-Kritzer, C., Chapman De Sousa, E. B., Azmi, A. N. S., Serna, A. K. K., Tanare Jr., A. B., & Nonaka, C. (2018). Where Am I? Who Am I? Who Are You? Guided Disruption and Culturally Responsive Practice Through International Exchange. Presented at 30th Annual Japan-US Teacher Education Consortium (JUSTEC) Conference, Kyoto, Japan.