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Multicultural Education in Schools and the Workplace

Ladi Semali adds new graduate-level multicultural course for spring 2010

This graduate course is designed to provide participants with the opportunity to examine human relations and group relations within the context of interdependent individual, cultural, and institutional behavior perpetrated in schools, workplace, and by the media industries. The objective will be to develop theoretical frameworks and assist in the development of researchable questions and curriculum models for classrooms and workplace training sites; and to explore issues related to multicultural and multiethnic education, e.g., ethnic literacy, cultural pluralism, the future of multiculturalism, teaching multicultural literacy teachers, etc. The focus is on group identity and individual differences as they impact and are impacted by inter-group dynamics.

ADTED 597B: Multicultural Education in Schools and the Workplace
SCHEDULE #: 464665
It will meets Wednesdays, 6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. in 490-H Keller Building

For further information about the course, please contact Dr. Ladi Semali at