Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Teaching and Learning

Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Teaching and Learning This professional resource provides teachers with strategies and suggestions to support their culturally and linguistically diverse students The five pedagogical areas addressed in this resource are C

  • Title: Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Teaching and Learning
  • Author: Sharroky Hollie
  • ISBN: 9781425806866
  • Page: 116
  • Format: Paperback
  • This professional resource provides teachers with strategies and suggestions to support their culturally and linguistically diverse students The five pedagogical areas addressed in this resource are Classroom Management, Use of Text, Academic Vocabulary, Situational Appropriateness, and Learning Environment.

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    279 thoughts on “Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Teaching and Learning

    • Good book with some good ideasgether with Responsive Classroom and ENVoY strategies, a teacher is enabled with a number of approaches you can implement immediately.


    • The author makes a powerful case for the importance of serving the currently underserved- irrespective of traditional labels such as race. He argues that culture, more than race, is a factor in the failure of schools to meet the needs of these students. I particularly appreciated a "Pause to Ponder" prompt on p. 25 that asked the reader to consider why students are underserved and what their needs were. I'd argue that, as a school system, we haven't adequately done this yet and largely due to th [...]


    • Teacher book. Read this for a professional development course at school. Also saw the author speak at an academy last summer. I like the premise of the book. That students' cultures and languages need to be validated and affirmed because that validates and affirms the student. It offers teaching strategies and classroom set-up that embrace what the students are bringing into the classroom. I'm glad I read the book but was not super impressed by the way it was written. I also thought that it coul [...]


    • This was a great read about cultural responsiveness in the classroom and how to get there. There was definitely an overlap of information from my ESL and reading background, but it was a great refresher. I really liked the set up of anticipation guides at the start of each chapter. The appendices include some NUA practices and are worth the price of the book alone. They include lists of culturally responsive books for the classroom, read aloud activities, literacy strategies, protocols for incre [...]


    • I got paid to read this. I had to reflect on the chapters and reflect on other teacher's reflections through an online blog. While it gave some good ideas, and a few new insights, I think there are better books out there that might produce stronger conversations between teachers and more change within our school community.


    • Great book! I really appreciate how this was not a cookie cutter curriculum. It provided some great ideas, helpful resources and important warnings about mandated curriculums, while affirming other practices.



    • Great strategies. Using the book with my reading acceleration teachers.Hollie needs a better editor/publisher though.


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