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Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain

Author: Zaretta Hammond

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What:  A framework for professional development as a culturally responsive educator, and a brain-based approach for educating historically underserved students.

Who: Teachers, coaches and instructional leaders.

Why: Pairs well with Dweck’s Growth Mindset work and Hattie’s Visible Learning work, and provides a clear path to change for educators ready to engage culturally responsive teaching practices.

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Culturally Responsive Teaching: Theory, Research, and Practice

Author: Geneva Gay

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What:  A foundational text on culturally responsive teaching that supports teachers to teach to and through the cultural backgrounds of their students.

Who: Teachers, coaches, instructional leaders

Why: Educators that desire an academic text that combines theory and research, as well as practical examples and stories, will enjoy this text.

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