How to Develop Culturally Responsive Teaching for Distance Learning

Many schools concerned with the education of students of color have turned to the concept of Culturally Relevant Teaching or Culturally Relevant Pedagogy to help in the creation of classrooms that promote the success of Black and Brown students. In this article, KQED discusses the difference between multicultural education, social justice education and culturally relevant pedagogy and then outlines ways that culturally relevant teaching can be embedded in distance learning. Based on Zaretta Hammond’s work and recent webinars, this article helps educators use three strategies to develop student independence.


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