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Teaching Mathematics from a Multicultural Perspective
Describes principles and instructional strategies for teaching mathematics to culturally diverse students, explaining: fundamental principles of multicultural mathematics; approaches to multicultural mathematics instruction (e.g., portrayal of cultural groups in instructional materials and historical roots of mathematics concepts); and instructional strategies for diverse students (e.g., high expectations, questioning, cooperative learning, and technology use). (SM)
Contributor: Wiest, Lynda R.
Date Published: Apr
Journal/Secondary Title: Equity & Excellence in Education
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