College of Education
ISSN: 1937-3929
Journal of Curriculum and Instruction

Vol 6, No 1 (2012)

Diversity and Global Learning

The Diversity and Global Learning issue of the  Journal of Curriculum and Instruction (JoCI) focuses on the efforts of educators to implement diverse instruction and global learning programs, strategies, and policies, which address the needs of all learners in Pre K-12 educational systems. 

Lead Editor: Diane Rodriguez Associate Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina

 

Table of Contents

From My Point of View...

Globalization: Current Constraints and Promising Perspectives PDF mp3
Socorro Herrera 1-10

By Invitation

Cognitive Development, Global Learning, and Academic Progress: Promoting Teacher Readiness for CLD Students and Families PDF mp3
Kevin Murry 11-24

Research Forum

Biography-Driven Strategies as the Great Equalizer: Universal Conditions that Promote K-12 Culturally Responsive Teaching PDF MP3
Della Pérez, Melissa Holmes, Stuart Miller, Cristina A. Fanning 25-42

Practitioner's Platform

Conducting Successful Home Visits in Multicultural Communities pdf mp3
David R. Byrd 43-54

Perspective

Time, Space, and Culture: Diversifying and Globalizing ‘Minds’ PDF mp3
Roberta Levitt, Joseph Matthew Piro 55-72
CYCLES: A Culturally-relevant Approach to Climate Change Education in Native Communities PDF mp3
Gillian Roehrig, Karen Campbell, Diana Dalbotten, Keisha Varma 73-89

Editorial Board and Review Board

Boards and Reviewers PDF
  90-91

Call for Manuscripts

Behavioral Supports for All Learners PDF
  92


 
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