Archive for January, 2010

#1: CRT is needed primarily in schools with a diverse student body.

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#2: In order to be fair, a good teacher should be colorblind in the classroom, and should treat all students equally, regardless of race, gender or culture.

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#3: Research has demonstrated that if we do not mention differences, students will usually not notice them.

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#4: CRT can be defined as teaching diverse learners to assimilate into the mainstream culture.

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#5: CRT is most effective using a festive approach, teaching all students to appreciate diverse foods, crafts, holidays and heroes.

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#6: Current textbooks have eliminated stereotypes and generally present accurate and inclusive information about ethnic populations.

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#7: Teachers carry their personal culture into the classroom, along with unconscious prejudices and lower expectations for some students.

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#8: In general, there is little teachers can do for language-minority students from low-income backgrounds with limited parental involvement.

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#9: More teachers of color are required in order to effectively reach students of color.

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#10: With a critical focus on standardized testing and a multitude of required school programs, there is little time for add-ons like CRT.

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Golden Rule Quiz

Jan.01, 2010

The Golden Rule of mutual respect is a fundamental moral principle found in the scriptures of nearly every religion. It simply asks us to treat others as we would like to be treated. Its message is powerful and universal. Different religious figures throughout history have stated it in different ways. See if you can match the religions with the quotations below.

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KEY:

  • A – Hinduism
  • B – Judaism
  • C – Zoroastrianism
  • D – Buddhism
  • E – Christianity
  • F – Islam
  • G – Bábí Faith
  • H – Bahá’í Faith

FUNDESCU, Panama

Jan.01, 2010

“Once again let me thank the Mona Foundation for the wonderful work done by Drs. Gottlieb and Dr. Suzuki in Soloy.  They have won the heart of the Ngobe people.  We are deeply grateful.”

– Rosemary Baily, FUNDESCU / Foundation for the Application and Teaching of the Sciences

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