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Abstract: Communicating Science in a Culturally Relevant Context

April 7th, 2017 | Posted by Mary Jordan in Uncategorized

The goal of culturally relevant pedagogy in teaching high school science is to create a sense of self in the content taught. Teachers can use science to investigate the differences between various cultures to make the content meaningful to all students including minorities. Scientific knowledge should be accessible, relatable, and applicable to every person across the whole globe regardless of skin color or cultural background. Many influential people and scientists from different backgrounds and cultures have shaped our scientific knowledge which has been overshadowed by the western designed textbooks. By implementing culturally relevant material into the science classroom we can support our students as agents of change for the unpredictable future of this earth.

http://www.onlineuniversities.com/blog/2012/06/10-startling-stats-about-minorities-stem/

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