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EDCI 302 Teaching Culturally Diverse Learners: Start Here

Introduction

Welcome. Use this research guide to help locate resources for EDCI 302: Teaching Culturally Diverse Learners. Navigate to various topics using the tabs at the top of this guide.

Education Peer Review Article Search

Use this box to do a quick search for peer-reviewed articles about culturally diverse learners. Consider using related terms such as gender, social justice, socio-economic disadvantages, inclusion, etc.

Education Peer Reviewed Article Search
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Additional Culturally Diverse Research Databases

To find peer-reviewed (also called scholarly or academic) articles the best place to look are the library databases.  Most of these databases also have popular (newspaper and magazine) articles as well as reports, books, reviews and more.

EDCI 302 Paper Rubric - Vanessa E. Anthony-Stevens

(a)   RESEARCH PAPER: You will select a topic relevant to multiculturalism and diversity in schooling. Based on your topic (e.g. English language learners, gender inequity, socioeconomic disadvantage, etc.), you will write a research paper reviewing a minimum of four peer-reviewed research articles on your issue of cultural and linguistic diversity in schooling (3-4 pages). (50 points).
CATEGORY
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Explanation of rational and clear statement of research question
Thorough explanation of why this topic was chosen.  Research question was clearly stated. 
Explanation of topic choice is addressed.  But little or no mention of research question guiding the literature. 
Rational and research question guiding the literature review are unclear.
Review of research related to equity and culturally responsive education
Thorough examination of topic based on more than one dimension of scholarly research. Findings are articulated with equity in mind. 
Examination of topic based on one dimension of scholarly research. Findings loosely articulated with equity in mind. 
Limited examination of topic based on scholarly research. Findings not clearly articulated with equity in mind. 
Connection to teaching and better supporting students
Thorough explanation of research findings. Research findings are explicitly related to application for improving teaching.
General explanation of research findings. Research findings are generally, related to application for improving teaching. Could use more detail.
Minimal or no explanation of research findings. Unclear relationship to application for improving teacher.
Review of four peer reviewed sources with clear summary of findings
Four peer reviewed sources. Each source is properly cited.
One of four sources not peer reviewed and/or not properly cited. 
Two or more sources not peer reviewed and/or not properly cited. 

 

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