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Building Confidence Of Academic Library Staff In The Selection Of Culturally Authentic Native American Picture Books, Cassondra Leeport Dec 2021

Building Confidence Of Academic Library Staff In The Selection Of Culturally Authentic Native American Picture Books, Cassondra Leeport

Dissertations, Theses, and Projects

This study aimed to explore the confidence and ability of library staff to select and identify culturally authentic Native American picture books. The researcher, a self-identified Native American, developed a tool designed to assist in library staff in identifying key elements of a picture book that lend themselves to a work being culturally authentic. Assisting patrons in selecting materials is a key element in the library profession. The setting of this research is a university with a large Professional Education Program as well as a documented dedication to serving Native students and surrounding tribal communities and the participants of the ...


Finding The Light: Learning To Seek Out Student Strengths To Guide Behavior Management, Linnaea Wright Oct 2021

Finding The Light: Learning To Seek Out Student Strengths To Guide Behavior Management, Linnaea Wright

Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice

No abstract provided.


A Satirical Critique Of U.S. History Textbooks, Rose Wolfe Oct 2021

A Satirical Critique Of U.S. History Textbooks, Rose Wolfe

Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice

No abstract provided.


How I Judge A Learner: A Critical Analysis Of My Biased Interpretations Of My Students, Gray Sorensen Oct 2021

How I Judge A Learner: A Critical Analysis Of My Biased Interpretations Of My Students, Gray Sorensen

Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice

No abstract provided.


Facilitating Racial Discussions With 1st Graders, Emily Rathburn Oct 2021

Facilitating Racial Discussions With 1st Graders, Emily Rathburn

Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice

No abstract provided.


The Perceived Color Blindness Of Mathematics “The Universal Language”, Steven Palmer Oct 2021

The Perceived Color Blindness Of Mathematics “The Universal Language”, Steven Palmer

Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice

No abstract provided.


Centering Race In The General Music Classroom: Reflections, Re-Framing, And Resources, Jordan Loucks Oct 2021

Centering Race In The General Music Classroom: Reflections, Re-Framing, And Resources, Jordan Loucks

Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice

No abstract provided.


Breaking Bias: Fostering Antiracist Transformations Via The Dismantling Of White Fragility, Alison Lacombe Oct 2021

Breaking Bias: Fostering Antiracist Transformations Via The Dismantling Of White Fragility, Alison Lacombe

Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice

No abstract provided.


Reflection And Action Library, Kayla Hipp Oct 2021

Reflection And Action Library, Kayla Hipp

Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice

No abstract provided.


Making Music Memorable, Tauvia Eggebroten Oct 2021

Making Music Memorable, Tauvia Eggebroten

Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice

No abstract provided.


Scientists Of Color: A Collection Of Scientists From The Past And Present, Caiti Driscoll Oct 2021

Scientists Of Color: A Collection Of Scientists From The Past And Present, Caiti Driscoll

Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice

No abstract provided.


Finding Opportunities To Center Race In A Math Classroom: A Toolbox For Reflection, Celeste Furuya Oct 2021

Finding Opportunities To Center Race In A Math Classroom: A Toolbox For Reflection, Celeste Furuya

Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice

No abstract provided.


Quilting Classroom Community, Kaity Calhoun Oct 2021

Quilting Classroom Community, Kaity Calhoun

Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice

No abstract provided.


Mat Med Project Description, Amy E. Ryken Oct 2021

Mat Med Project Description, Amy E. Ryken

Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice

No abstract provided.


Step Into The Power You Have Been Given, Audrey Wilson Oct 2021

Step Into The Power You Have Been Given, Audrey Wilson

Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice

No abstract provided.


Culturally Responsive Teaching K-12: Learning Rules And Choosing To Break Them, Jessica Stella Oct 2021

Culturally Responsive Teaching K-12: Learning Rules And Choosing To Break Them, Jessica Stella

Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice

No abstract provided.


Dedication To Dr. Dexter Gordon, Amy E. Ryken Oct 2021

Dedication To Dr. Dexter Gordon, Amy E. Ryken

Race and Pedagogy Journal: Teaching and Learning for Justice

No abstract provided.


Black Organizations As A Way To Increase Black Students’ College Attendance Rates By Improving Their Academic Performance At Primary And Secondary Schools, Leydi Mercedes Vidal Perlaza Oct 2021

Black Organizations As A Way To Increase Black Students’ College Attendance Rates By Improving Their Academic Performance At Primary And Secondary Schools, Leydi Mercedes Vidal Perlaza

Doctoral Dissertations

The racial academic achievement gap between Black students and other students is one of the most pressing education-policy challenges faced by the United States. This gap refers to the disparities in standardized test scores between these groups of students. Decades ago, Fordham and Ogbu’s theory about the “burden of acting White” was one of the most cited studies indicating the causes of this achievement gap. This theory indicates that Black students who do not perform well academically, do not want to achieve success at school because it is considered as acting White. However, this is an old way of ...


My Brain Is All The Super-Power I Need’: Examining Black Girls In Stem And Schooling Spaces In Marvel Comics, Christian Hines Oct 2021

My Brain Is All The Super-Power I Need’: Examining Black Girls In Stem And Schooling Spaces In Marvel Comics, Christian Hines

Research on Diversity in Youth Literature

No abstract provided.


Ni Keehtwawmi Mooshahkinitounawn: Lifting Up Representations Of Indigenous Education And Futures In The Marrow Thieves, Melissa Horner, Joaquin Muñoz, Robert Petrone Oct 2021

Ni Keehtwawmi Mooshahkinitounawn: Lifting Up Representations Of Indigenous Education And Futures In The Marrow Thieves, Melissa Horner, Joaquin Muñoz, Robert Petrone

Research on Diversity in Youth Literature

No abstract provided.


Chinese Children’S School Experiences Represented In Picture Books, Lin Gou, Eun Hye Son Oct 2021

Chinese Children’S School Experiences Represented In Picture Books, Lin Gou, Eun Hye Son

Research on Diversity in Youth Literature

No abstract provided.


Book Review: Integrations: The Struggle For Racial Equality And Civic Renewal In Public Education, Michael A. Ready Oct 2021

Book Review: Integrations: The Struggle For Racial Equality And Civic Renewal In Public Education, Michael A. Ready

Genocide Studies and Prevention: An International Journal

No abstract provided.


Black Lives Matter In Teaching English As A Second Language!, Kristin Lems Oct 2021

Black Lives Matter In Teaching English As A Second Language!, Kristin Lems

Faculty Publications

The Winter 2020 issue of theIllinois Reading Council Journal published a special issue focusing on “action for equity,” with thoughtful articles and abundant family and classroom resources. This issue of the “wELLcome”column, which is dedicated to topics regarding English language learners (ELLs), continues in that same vein. In this issue, we place the spotlight on ELLs of African descent, their teachers, and their schools.


Being Against The Black: Bad Faith And Anti-Black Racism (Guest Editors' Introduction), Amir A. Gilmore, Latoya Brackett, Davida Sharpe-Haygood Sep 2021

Being Against The Black: Bad Faith And Anti-Black Racism (Guest Editors' Introduction), Amir A. Gilmore, Latoya Brackett, Davida Sharpe-Haygood

Northwest Journal of Teacher Education

As a special journal issue, the guest editors continued their study on (anti)blackness within K-12 schooling and teacher preparation programs. Through the introduction’s white space, the guest editors attempt to theorize and center (anti)Blackness. Moreover, they existentially critique the “ordinary” assumptions about who can be a human and explain why Black existence continues on despite their collective suffering. The introductory article is organized as follows: (1) a thorough explanation of bad faith and antiblackness, (2) an illustration of antiblackness’ manifestations in K-12 schooling, and (3) the importance of using jazz as an analytic frame to curate the ...


Module 7: Understanding Islamophobia (2007), Mobashra Tazamal Sep 2021

Module 7: Understanding Islamophobia (2007), Mobashra Tazamal

Public Opinion, Perception & Anti-Muslim Sentiment

No abstract provided.


Module 12: (Responding To) Hate Violence (2012), The Sikh Coalition Sep 2021

Module 12: (Responding To) Hate Violence (2012), The Sikh Coalition

Solidarity & Social Justice

No abstract provided.


Los Graduados; Factors Affecting First-Generation Hispanic Males Attainment Of A Terminal Degree, Frank Figueroa Aug 2021

Los Graduados; Factors Affecting First-Generation Hispanic Males Attainment Of A Terminal Degree, Frank Figueroa

Dissertations

Purpose: The purpose of this phenomenological study was to understand and explore factors that led to the attainment of a terminal degree as perceived by first generation Hispanic males in Southern California. A secondary purpose of the study was to determine, of the factors identified, which were perceived to have the greatest impact on attainment of a terminal degree by first generation Hispanic males in Southern California.

Methodology: This phenomenological study collected data via semi-structured interviews and review of artifacts. The study sample involved 13 First-Generation Hispanic Males in Southern California who have attained a terminal degree. Bandura’s Self-Efficacy ...


An Upstander Is A Person In Your Neighborhood: Children, Sesame Street, And Race In 2020, Gemma Yoo Aug 2021

An Upstander Is A Person In Your Neighborhood: Children, Sesame Street, And Race In 2020, Gemma Yoo

The Yale Undergraduate Research Journal

Educational children’s media, such as the program Sesame Street, may be the most accessible format for teaching young children about race and racism in the United States. Throughout its history, Sesame Street has attempted to confront racism through its diverse cast and, in the summer of 2020, by directly addressing the topic with children and families. However, both its passive representation and active discussion fall short of what is needed to confront systemic racism. This paper addresses Sesame Street’s past and present role as a leader in children’s educational media, and advocates that the program employ Critical ...


Why Courageous Cuentos? Aug 2021

Why Courageous Cuentos?

CouRaGeouS Cuentos: A Journal of Counternarratives

No abstract provided.


Author Bios Aug 2021

Author Bios

CouRaGeouS Cuentos: A Journal of Counternarratives

No abstract provided.