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1560721693
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Herman W. Smith
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Social Sciences
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English
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Nova Science Pub Inc (January 1, 1995)
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Educating Teachers for Diversity. From homogeneity to diversity in German education. Education is thus evolving to be more inclusive although heterogeneity is still considered a challenge with which to cope rather than a potential strength. Educating Teachers for Diversity. Meeting the Challenge. This approach can be compared with countries that have longer histories of immigration, such as Canada, having moved from merely dealing with heterogeneity to embracing diversity as a resource for education. Teacher education plays a key role in this transition, and there are many approaches it can use to facilitate this shift.

My previous article The Dangers Of Mistaking Workplace Diversity For Inclusion In The Workplace highlighted the myth of diversity and inclusion being synonymous concepts and the dangers of not distinguishing the two. The truth is that this is just one diversity and inclusion myth o. . The truth is that this is just one diversity and inclusion myth of many. As organizations scramble to more fully and substantively embrace D&I, it’s critical to fully understand and counteract these pervasive myths that so often inhibit true progress. Myth – Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) is About Ethics and Morality.

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Biocultural diversity: moving beyond the realm of ‘indigenous’ and ‘local’ people. Human Ecology, 34(2), 185–200. Forest Ecology and Management, 307, 112–22. The American Naturalist, 11, 515–25. McNeely, J. A. (2000).