4 edition of Telling tales, negotiating religious identity in classrooms found in the catalog.
Telling tales, negotiating religious identity in classrooms
Outcome of a special project fellowship undertaken by Taran Nishat Khan in 2004.
English and Hindi.
|Statement||Taran Nishat Khan.|
|Series||WISCOMP discussion paper -- 15|
|Contributions||Foundation for Universal Responsibility. Women in Security, Conflict Management and Peace.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||175 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||175|
|LC Control Number||2008419019|
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We all have to become someone. Acquiring an identity is essential to human growth and happiness, but the process is seldom quick or painless. Family, relationships, work, school, health, politics, and religion all tug at the psyche, even as they supply it with content and shape. How do . Identity, Culture, and Race 21 Towards an Inclusive and Anti-Bias Identity 21 Towards an Anti-Bias/Anti-Racist Identity 22 Applying Racial Identity Development Concepts in the Classroom 22 Isolation and Identity 23 Strategies to Develop Positive Attitudes towards Diversity 24 Points to Consider When Using Multicultural Resources in the File Size: 5MB.
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REVIEW: TELLING TALES ABOUT TEACHING WRITING ) or in networked classrooms where students "grow intellectually as they participate in writing interactive texts" (Fred Kemp ). This diversity, Charles Bazerman notes in his response, which concludes the collection, "suggests some.
Such a perception of culture is challenged by the implementation of a multi-faith RE in the classroom, where religious plurality is reflected.
The aim of the curriculum project – to present all religions as “living sources for faith, moral and life orientation” – is widely understood as the task of KRL to reflect the religious plurality.
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