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The multicultural awareness, knowledge, skills and attitudes of prospective teachers: a quantitative and heuristic phenomenological study
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2012-06-22)
Moule (2005) suggest diverse students suffer isolation, invisibility and inappropriate labeling in many educational institutions. This mixed-methods study explores the multicultural awareness, knowledge, skills, and attitudes ...
Arab Muslim international students' lived experiences in a U.S. higher education institution
Arab Muslim international students face challenges while completing higher education degrees in the Western countries due to diversity in culture, socialization, language, and educational systems (Abukhattala, 2004; ...
Pre-Service Teachers' Dispositions Toward Sexual Orientation: The Before and After a Multicultural Education Course
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2016)
The impetus for this study emerged from recent stories pertaining to bullying within America’s education institutions. While harassment has always existed, its severity has taken center stage in recent years, with a ...
The use of Self as a tool for culturally responsive change agency in social work practice: a qualitative phenomenological case study
(University of Missouri–Kansas City, 2016)
Many social service and healthcare professionals are often challenged in engaging in culturally appropriate practice, particularly when working with diverse populations that differ from their own (Rothman, 2008; Sue, ...
A Narrative Inquiry of Latina/o Teachers in Urban Elementary Schools
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2017)
Latina/o teachers are underrepresented in the educational workforce. As such, the purpose of this narrative inquiry is to explore the experiences of Latinas/os who are teaching in urban school districts. The central ...