In part five of this five-part video series of how to incorporate culturally responsive practices into your teaching, Tiffini Pruitt-Britton from Southern Methodist University suggests ways that teachers can make their curriculum more culturally conscious.
In part four of this five-part video series, Tiffini Pruitt-Britton from Southern Methodist University provides examples and suggestions for how teachers can bridge the gap between school and home.
One key part of making your classroom open to all of your students is to be sure to include their communities and families as part of the learning experience.
In part three of this five-part video series, Tiffini Pruitt-Britton walks through ways that you can insistent on excellence in a culturally responsive way.
Holding high expectations for all students is a critical part of making sure that you are teaching all students to their greatest potential.
If you are a teacher interested in research-based methods and suggestions for including more culturally responsive practices, check out this video.
In part two of this five-part video series, Tiffini Pruitt-Britton from Southern Methodist University provides examples of ways that teachers can make their classroom more inviting to all of their students.
In part one of this five-part video series, Tiffini Pruit-Britton from Southern Methodist University introduces what culturally responsive teaching can look like and why it is so important for all teachers to be using culturally responsive practices.
It is critical in today’s schools that teachers are aware of the best practices to be culturally responsive and address the needs and strengths of all of their students.