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by James A. Banks

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James Albert Banks (born 1941) is an American educator and the Kerry and Linda Killinger Endowed Chair in Diversity Studies and founding director of University of Washington's Center for Multicultural Education. He is regarded as a pioneer and one of the founders of the discipline of multicultural education. James Banks grew up on a farm in Arkansas, and attended elementary and high school in Lee County, Arkansas.

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This book is a treasure trove for anyone who is serious about multicultural education.

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book by James A. Provides a background to conceptual, theoretical and philosophical issues in multicultural education. More by James A. Banks, Barry K. Beyer.

The book is divided into five parts. Part I discusses the history, goals, and practices in multiethnic education.

In her view, theory development has outpaced development in practice, and a wide gap exists between the tw.

She noted how the approaches differ and how they overlap and interrelate. Sleeter and Grant noted the lack of consensus in the field and concluded that a focus on the education of people of color.

Knowledge Construction, Competing Critical Theories, and Education (B. . BANKS is professor and director of the Center for Multicultural Education at the University of Washington, Seattle. Gordon). International perspective on multicultural education. His books include Educating Citizens in a Multicultural Society (1997), Teaching Strategies for Ethnic Studies (1997), and Cultural Diversity and Education (2000).

multi-factor paradigm. addresses the gap between theories and multicultural education practice as well as the. need for improved teacher education for diversity.

James Banks’ introductory chapter on dimensions and paradigms of. multicultural education provides readers with a well-structured overview of historical. developments and responses to teaching diverse student populations. assumptions, goals, and educational practices that correspond to prevailing paradigms. multi-factor paradigm. However, he leaves it to other authors of this volume (. Gillborn and Youdell in chapter 12) to highlight the relevance of intersectional. The author is convinced that.

Provides a background to conceptual, theoretical and philosophical issues in multicultural education. This edition has been revised and reorganized, now containing two additional chapters. Much of the text has been rewritten to make it more consistent with current theory, research and terminology.
Multi-ethnic Education: Theory and Practice ebook
James A. Banks
Schools & Teaching
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Allyn & Bacon (February 1981)
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