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Resource roundup: Culturally responsive practices

Resource roundup: Culturally responsive practices

By Cora Goldston
October 28, 2020

Recent national conversations have been important catalysts for acknowledging and addressing systemic racism and inequities, including inequities in our education system. To effectively serve diverse students, educators must understand and be responsive to their students’ unique contexts and needs. Browse these resources from across the Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) network for evidence-based recommendations to support culturally responsive practices.

Cultural awareness in practice

Data use to inform culturally responsive education

Culturally responsive pedagogy and teacher preparation

REL Mid-Atlantic has developed several resources related to understanding culturally responsive teaching practices and preparing teachers to support the needs of diverse learners:

Responsive practices to support specific student populations or subjects

Ask A REL responses

The Ask a REL reference desk service has compiled research citations on several topics related to culturally responsive education:

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Cora Goldston

Communications Specialist | REL Midwest

cgoldston@air.org

Topics

Charter Schools (2)

College and Career Readiness (36)

Data Use (26)

Discipline (3)

Early Childhood (25)

Educator Effectiveness (31)

English Learners (10)

Literacy (5)

Math (1)

Online Courses (7)

Rural (14)

Teacher Preparation (21)

Teacher Workforce (10)

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