Intercultural Dialogue in Education: Theoretical Perspectives on Majority and Minority Relationships in Three Case Studies
We will present research-based cases from Ecuador, Guatemala and the United States, addressing the challenges, openings and on-going processes of the inter-cultural agenda in education. Research and praxis will be articulated bringing some new theoretical perspectives on the majority and minority relationships.
Global Studies Journal, Volume 3, Issue 1, pp.107-118.
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Associate Professor, School of Education, Indiana University Southeast, New Albany, Indiana, USA
Director of the Education Graduate Studies at Indiana University Southeast, and Director of the Network Capacity Building for ENL Best Practices (federal grant). My research and praxis focus on diversity, pluralism, and intercultural relations as applied to education. My current agenda involves the improvement of the education of immigrant students in the United States and the development of an intercultural curriculum model.
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