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Telling Their Side of the Story: African-American Students' Perceptions of Culturally Relevant Teaching

Examined African American elementary school students' interpretations of culturally relevant teachers within urban contexts. Student responses indicated that culturally relevant teaching strategies had a positive effect on student effort and engagement in class content. Students preferred teachers who were caring, who established community- and family-type classroom environments, and who made learning entertaining and fun. (SM)

  • Contributor: Howard, Tyrone C.
  • Date Published: Jun
  • Journal/Secondary Title: Urban Review
  • Number: 2
  • Volume: 33
  • Year: 2001

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