3 edition of Cross-cultural resource for classroom use found in the catalog.
Cross-cultural resource for classroom use
1988 by Office of Instructional Services/General Education Branch, Dept. of Education, State of Hawaii in [Honolulu] .
Written in English
|Statement||Office of Instructional Services, Languages Section/General Education Branch, Department of Education, State of Hawaii|
|Series||Kraus curriculum development library -- BIL K-078|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 163 p.|
|Number of Pages||163|
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Choose a country to explore each month using resources found on the site. Learn about your students' backgrounds to find countries and regions to explore using activities on the site.
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Edited by Robert M. Huff, Michael V. Kline, and Darleen V. Peterson, the Third Edition of Health Promotion in Multicultural Populations offers both students and practitioners an indispensable resource on assessment and implementation guidelines for promoting health and enhancing behaviors that optimize health in any cultural community.
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Start with the Inclusion Basics, which provides a great overview of creating an inclusive classroom. The Culturally Responsive Teaching resource page offers. Developing Intercultural Awareness is a rich resource for cross-cultural training.
Drawn from the authors' experience, this guide contains simulation games, case studies, icebreakers and other training activities for developing cross-cultural awareness in virtually any by: Using Culture Matters Culture Matters is a primary resource document based on concepts and skills that prepare Peace Corps Volunteers to serve effectively and respectfully in other cultures.
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