Culturally Responsive Pedagogy
Culturally Responsive Pedagogy is about daily practices that bring students’ cultures into instruction, valuing each student and what they bring, teaching them as people first in order to maximize their potential as students. Project IMPACT is committed to providing programming that will foster culturally responsive pedagogy in the classroom.
- Kate Brodeur
- Bernie Compton
- Christy Galletta Horner
- Tracy Huziak-Clark
- Oluwatobi Taiwo Ishola
- Kristina LaVenia
Publications & Presentations
- Taking action together: Faculty learning community as a space for developing liberatory consciousness. American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education Annual Meeting Presenter. Keyes, S., LaVenia, K., & Brodeur, K. (2022, March).
- Teacher Candidates in the Remix: A Collaborative DEI Curriculum Innovation in a Midwestern Teacher Prep Program. 2022 Ohio Council for the Social Studies Conference. Patterson, N., Jefferson, K., Sado, M., Houdeshell, S., Rosenberger, B. (2022, October).
- Mid-Western Educational Researcher, Volume 32, Issue 3, Feature Article
Katherine Brodeur, Kristina N. LaVenia, Christy Galletta Horner, and Tracy Huziak-Clark of Bowling Green State University present their study Interrupting the Pattern: Knowing Why and Respecting Who We Teach. This mixed methods study examined pre- and in-service teachers’ perceptions of Culturally Responsive Pedagogy (CRP) and self-efficacy. Both pre-service and in-service teachers participated in professional development. Dependent-samples t-tests revealed positive and statistically significant changes in participants’ CRP self-efficacy. Qualitative analyses demonstrated that participants worked to better understand their core values (know why they teach), identified a need to better understand their students (respect who they teach), and recognized high expectations for all students as a core principle of CRP.
- Collaborative PD of Culturally Responsive Pedagogy. American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education (AACTE) Diversity, Equity, Inclusion (DEI) Handbook. Huziak-Clark, T., Brodeur, K., LaVenia, K. & Weaver, J. Article Link
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