This textbook is designed for preservice and inservice teachers of any subject area. It provides a way to identify, describe, apply and explore various instructional models and their associated pedagogical skills, to address the needs of the culturally diverse student population of American schools. The three major sections of the text present background information on changing demographics in the U.S., and information about cognitive learning styles in culturally diverse students; provide a thorough description of the planning process for instruction; and explore the role of teachers as leaders in the instructional process. All three authors are with the U. of Dayton.
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