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(Un)Learning to Teach Through Intercultural Professional Development


reviewed by Joy Howard & Timberly Baker - December 14, 2018

coverTitle: (Un)Learning to Teach Through Intercultural Professional Development
Author(s): Candace Schlein
Publisher: Information Age Publishing, Charlotte
ISBN: 1641131314, Pages: 262, Year: 2017
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: December 14, 2018
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22604, Date Accessed: 5/24/2019 11:33:42 AM

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  • Joy Howard
    University of Southern Indiana
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    JOY HOWARD is an assistant professor of teacher education at the University of Southern Indiana. Her research interests center race and racism in relation to multiracial students’ experiences in schools, teacher identity, and community engagement around issues of justice. She is presently exploring the process and possibilities of community-engaged research in response to the playground to prison nexus.
  • Timberly Baker
    University of Southern Indiana
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    TIMBERLY BAKER is an assistant professor of teacher education. Her scholarship and accomplishments are centered on the improvement of educational outcomes for P-16 students through examinations of disproportionality in discipline, disproportionality in special education, representation in curriculum, and preparation of teachers in urban spaces. Broadly, her research uses the theoretical framing of Critical Race Theory—specifically colorblindness, microaggressions, and interest convergence—to examine educational outcomes for African American students. She is currently working on a project examining a community’s response to the School-to-Prison Pipeline and on interrupting pre-service teacher’s learned racial silence. 
 
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