Multicultural Teaching and Learning with the Internet

6/2/01


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Table of Contents

Multicultural Teaching and Learning with the Internet

Goals

Part One: Introduction(s)

Conceptualizing Multicultural Education: Working Definition

Multicultural Education: Three Levels of Transformation

Part Two: The Digital Divide

Digital Divide: Three Primary Strands

Digital Divide: At Issue

Digital Divide Data: Class

Digital Divide Data: Region

Digital Divide Data: Education

Digital Divide Data: Race

Digital Divide Data: Sex/Gender

Digital Divide Data: Disability

Digital Divide Data: First Language

Digital Divide Data: References

Digital Divide: Access to Progressive Pedagogy

Digital Divide: Access to Cultural Capital

Digital Divide: Access to Cultural Capital

Digital Divide: Solutions?

Digital Divide Solutions: Some Ideas

Part Three: Internet as Educational Medium

Part Three: Internet as Educational Medium

Part Four: Multiculturality of the Internet

Multiculturality of the Internet Inclusive teaching and learning

Multiculturality of the Internet: Interactive teaching and learning

Multiculturality of the Internet: Collaborative teaching and learning

Part Five: Digging through the Dirt

Assessment of My Use of Educational Web Sites

Part Seven: Discussion

Author: Paul Gorski

Email: gorski@earthlink.net

Home Page: http://curry.edschool.virginia.edu/go/multicultural

Other information:
presented at the National Multicultural Institute Conference, June 2001

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