|aBuilding racial and cultural competence in the classroom :|bstrategies from urban educators /|cedited by Karen Manheim Teel and Jennifer Obidah.
|aNew York, NY :|bTeachers College Press,|cc2008.
|a183 p. :|bill. ;|c23 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|tSetting the stage /|rKaren Teel and Jennifer Obidah --|tCross-racial and cross-cultural competence and the adaptive unconscious /|rAnn Berlak --|tBeing a black Latino : understanding the significance of racial/ethnic identification in cross-racial and cross-cultural competence /|rEddie Fergus --|tStorytelling about cross-racial and cross-cultural competence with a focus on multiculturalism /|rCarl Grant --|tHow best to develop pre-service teachers' cross-racial and cross-cultural competencies : reflections on pedagogy and practice in the university classroom /|rJennifer E. Obidah --|tStanding on the rock : an African American educator's professional development /|rKimberly Mayfield --|tLearning to become a cross-racially and cross-culturally competent ally /|rChristine Sleeter --|tMakin' it real : re-thinking cross-racial and cross-cultural competence in urban classrooms /|rTarika Barrett and Pedro Noguera --|tVisions of teachers leaving no more children behind /|rJeffrey M. R. Duncan-Andrade --|tGoing beyond the classroom : activism as cross-racial and cross-cultural competence /|rKitty Kelly Epstein --|tA white educator's ongoing journey toward cross-racial and cross-cultural competence /|rKaren Manheim Teel --|tAdvice from the "black racist" /|rSekani Moyenda.
|aMulticultural education|zUnited States.
|aRace relations|xStudy and teaching|zUnited States.
|aCulture|xStudy and teaching|zUnited States.
|aTeachers|xIn-service training|xSocial aspects|zUnited States.