Raising race questions : whiteness and inquiry in education / Ali Michael ; foreword by Shaun R. Harper.

Provides a process for developing questions about race that eead to growth and change, as well as a vision for where engagement with race questions might lead.

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Main Author: Michael, Ali (Author)
Format: eBook
Published: New York : Teachers College Press, [2015]
Series:Practitioner inquiry series.
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction : white teaching, whole classrooms. Guiding principles of this book ; In the field ; Road map for the book ; Teachers
  • Raising race questions and managing the inquiry impasse. Questions about teaching, pedagogy, and logistics ; Questions about students as racial beings ; Questions about oneself as a teacher ; The inquiry impasse ; Strategies for raising race questions
  • Racial identity is not just another tool, it's the toolbox. What's positive about being white? : teacher racial identity matters ; Navigating racial adolescence ; Strengthening the toolbox : building a positive white racial identity
  • A multicultural curriculum is not sufficient for building an antiracist classroom. The students have windows and mirrors, but they still don't fit in . . . . : building an antiracist kindergarten ; The curriculum is multicultural, but the AP class is not building an antiracist classroom
  • Talking about race in the classroom. Challenging the idea that talking about race is racist ; Racial socialization
  • From theory to practice to theory : facilitating inquiry. Keeping the focus on race ; Storytelling ; Tracking, both internal and external ; Support and confront ; Strengthen your own toolbox ; Learning from conflict ; Group dynamics ; Nuts and bolts
  • Appendix A : responses from teachers
  • Appendix B : resources for use in race inquiry
  • Appendix C : research models.