Diversity in College Classrooms

Practices for Today's Campuses
Ann M. Johns and Maureen Kelley Sipp, Editors
Practical advice for ensuring and respecting diversity in classrooms


These essays guide teachers to understanding and acknowledging the complexities of today's college students and offer real world solutions. With the varied approaches and purposes of the chapters, diversity—much like in the real world—here is broadly defined and not neatly categorized.

All of the contributors are from San Diego State University, a place whose work on linked communities is well known. These diverse contributors have written about their own lives, work, and experiences inside the classroom.

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Copyright © 2004, University of Michigan. All rights reserved.

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  • 6 x 9.
  • 328pp.
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  • Paper
  • 2004
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  • 978-0-472-08944-4

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  • assessment, collaboration, curriculum, culture, diversity, linguistic diversity, disabilities, second language pedagogy, higher education, post-secondary education, service learning, experiential learning, community action, intercultural communication, technology in the classroom, classroom strategies, cooperative learning, cross-cultural curricula, student portfolios, culturally responsible pedagogy, research, narratives, faculty diversity, accessibility, attitude development, inclusivity