Culturally Responsive Teaching
Find and share resources and explore strategies to engage students by connecting to and honoring their cultures, experiences, and backgrounds.
- Teachers can use inquiry to guide students to engage in learning activities that are personally and culturally relevant to them.553
- Has the recent uptick in diverse characters in children’s literature translated into authentic representation? One team of researchers used artificial intelligence to investigate.
- Educators can reconsider what constitutes impactful writing instruction by giving students different opportunities to compose.
- When Black students’ lives are reflected in math instruction, they’re more likely to achieve success.236
- In addition to recognizing the civil rights movement, teachers can use Black History Month to call attention to the achievements of Black Americans in other areas.472
- As they emerged from the difficulties of the past few years, these students combined humanities, STEM, and the arts in a project that celebrated their identities as individuals and as a community.337
- Five ways teachers can celebrate and extend the linguistic expertise of young students who speak two or more languages.8.5k
- The author of a new report on the representation of social groups in educational materials shares a few things teachers can do to ensure that all of their students are reflected in class resources.290
- Helping high school students understand that math has useful applications in their lives can boost their engagement in learning.269