culturally responsive teaching activities

​according to dr. matthew lynch (2011) culturally responsive instruction is, “a student-centered approach to teaching in which the students’ unique cultural strengths are identified and nurtured to promote student achievement and a sense of well-being about the student’s cultural place …

culturally responsive teaching books

this section begins with a discussion of dependent and independent learners and argues culturally responsive teaching (crt) is a “powerful tool for helping students find their way out of the [achievement] gap.” hammond examines the deep roots of culture and …

culturally responsive teaching materials

many schools and districts around the country are encouraging their teachers to become more familiar with culturally responsive teaching. culturally responsive teaching is a research-based approach that “invites students to bring their expertise to the table” (fleming, 2019) by identifying …

culturally responsive classroom activities

providing opportunities for students to share about themselves and learn about each other helps build a positive classroom community, which is foundational for building positive cultural connections and understanding. students who feel connected to school report that they like school, …

culturally responsive classroom library

second- and third-grade students at reach academy in oakland, california, are huddled quietly together on a rug to hear their teacher, natalya gibbs, read princess grace. grace, the central character, wistfully hopes she’s chosen to be a princess in her …