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Section 3: Taking on the Transformation

Through your travels in this module, you have explored the scholarship of multicultural teaching and learning, reflected on the use of your values and culturally relevant experiences, and prepared yourself for more positive interaction with students.

As you begin taking on course transformation, it is important to identify any lingering concerns you have. What are you really comfortable initiating in your class? What makes sense for your content and the environment in which you teach?

This section gives you an opportunity to evaluate disciplinary values that inform your own teaching practices. After examining those values, you will establish an action plan for course transformation.

This process is divided into three steps:

1. Identifying disciplinary values for multicultural course transformation.
2. Locating departmental and institutional support for multicultural course transformation.
3. Developing an action plan for multicultural course transformation.

 

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