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Background of the Problem Research Questions
Descriptors of Good Teachers
Effective Schools Research
Culturally Responsive Pedagogy
Research Questions S tudy Design Participants
Role of Researcher and Other Faculty
Community Experience/ Intervention Data Collection
Reflective writing based on community e xperiences. Class debriefing on the community e xperience
belief in children conviction feelings and emotions expression participation energy and movement music and expressive use of language family and community other family and community music and movement affect and expressive use of language expression feeling and emotions affect convictions belief in children other Trustworthiness of the Findings
The Church Visit
Preservice Teacher Learning: Lessons Learned and Implications for Teaching Family and Community Cultural Lessons about Family and Community
1. The African American community places great emphasis on family and inclusiveness. 2. Afric an American culture has a strong emphasi s on relationships that bridge family and community. 3. There is an e mphasis on music in the African American culture. 4. There is an emphasis o n movement and a high level of energy in the African American culture. 5. There is a high affect and vocal expression in the African American culture. 6. There is a reliance on expressive use of language in the African American culture. Lesson one: The African American community places great emphasis on family and inclusiveness.
Lesson two: African American culture has a strong emphasis on relationships that bridge family and community.
Implications for Teaching Related to Family and Community Implication : Create a classroom where all students and families feel welcomed and supported.
Implication : Place more emphasis on collaboration.
What the Research Says A bout Family and Community in the African American Culture
Music and Movement Cultural Lessons on Music and Movement
Lesson three: There is an emphasis on music in the African American community.
Implications for Teaching Regarding Music and Movement Implication Incorporate music, clapping, singing, dance and movement into the classroom.
What the Research Says About Music and Movement as Part of Culturally Responsive Pedagogy
Affect and Expressive Use of Language Cultural Lessons about Affect and Expressive Use of Language Lesson five There is high affect and vocal expression in the African American community.
Lesson six There is a reliance on expressive use of language in the African American culture.
Implications for Teaching Regarding Affect and Expressive Use of Language Implication : Teachers must take into account that affect and expressive use of language is a part of the learning style for African American students
What the Research Says About the Impact of Affect and Use of Language as it Relates to Culturally Responsive Pedagogy
Summary of the Study
Learning About the Culture
What Can Teachers Lear n from a Church Based Community Experience
The Role of the Principal as Action Researcher
Implications for Principals
Implications for Teacher Educators
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