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Ch 19: Diversity in Development & Learning

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Watch these lessons to learn ways to understand and work with diverse learners. Define bias and how to recognize and overcome it. Look at social justice and its role in the education of students.

Diversity in Development & Learning - Chapter Summary

This chapter's lessons look at how educators can help diverse learners. You'll discuss how culture brokers and community liaisons offer assistance to educators working with diverse learners. Another lesson explores the ways bias can influence decision making, outcomes and behavior of students. At the end of the chapter the instructor will have demonstrated what is meant by social justice, described social justice issues, and provided several examples. You'll look at why fairness and equality is important in education. After completing these lessons, you'll be ready to:

  • Discuss how working with community liaisons and culture brokers can benefit educators
  • Define bias and show how to identify it
  • Explain why promoting social justice is important
  • Show ways that educators can ensure fairness in services and programs

You'll enjoy learning with these brief video lessons. Each contains a multiple-choice quiz so you can assess what you've learned and see where you need more study. Video tags allow you to quickly locate specific passages in the lesson. Written transcripts of the lessons are also provided.

5 Lessons in Chapter 19: Diversity in Development & Learning
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Culture Brokers & Community Liaisons: Aiding Diverse Learners

1. Culture Brokers & Community Liaisons: Aiding Diverse Learners

In this lesson, you will learn about the effectiveness of using culture brokers and community liaisons to reduce barriers and help students from various backgrounds achieve greater academic success.

How Bias Influences Decision Making, Instruction, Behavior & Outcomes for Students

2. How Bias Influences Decision Making, Instruction, Behavior & Outcomes for Students

Bias is the way your mind colors your experiences. When you expect a person or situation to be a certain way, you tend to see it that way, and this can affect the way you act. In this article, we will explore the impact that bias has on students.

What Is Social Justice? - Definition, Issues & Examples

3. What Is Social Justice? - Definition, Issues & Examples

You often hear people talking about the importance of social justice, but what is meant by it? This lesson takes a look at the overall idea of social justice while providing examples to explain just what it is.

Issues & Definition of Social Justice in Education

4. Issues & Definition of Social Justice in Education

Social justice is an important aspect of education in today's society. This lesson will offer a definition of social justice and will familiarize you with a number of issues pertaining to social justice in education.

Assimilation and Piaget: Definition, Theory & Process

5. Assimilation and Piaget: Definition, Theory & Process

Assimilation is an important building block for how we organize our learning. Learn what assimilation is, discover how it is used in practical situations and test your knowledge with quiz questions.

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Practice Final Exam
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