(EBOOK READ) Cultivating Genius: An Equity Framework for Culturally and Historically Responsive Literacy
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development across disciplines read this concisely written book across disciplines Read this concisely written book ou will feel Dr Muhammad s love for Pure Excitement young people and her passion for a complete and euitable vision for education in America Dr Muhammad s Cultivating Genius is an incredible read I thoroughly enjoyedour book As I read the book I found myself reevaluating my own teaching practices and thinking back on those opportunities where I didn t follow my gut and provide a historically responsive experience for my Math students due to fear of conseuence from my school leadersReading our book affirmed my belief that EVERY teacher is a literacy teacher regardless of the subject matter they teach and has given me the language to articulate the need for HRL
And The Courage To Implement The Framework Because It S the courage to implement the framework because it s my students need This book will transform the way that we prepare preservice teachers evaluate teacher performance and rethink our pedagogical approaches to account for the cultural identities of BIPOC studentsEvery school district should get their teachers a copy of this book. Pursuits are taught togetherthrough the Historically Responsive Literacy Framework all students receive profound opportunities for personal intellectual and academic success Muhammad provides probing self reflective uestions
For Teachers Leaders And teachers leaders and educators as well as sample culturally and historically responsive sample plans and text sets across grades and content areas In this book Muhammad presents practical approaches to cultivate the genius in students and within teacher.
Gholdy Muhammad Ç 6 SummaryXplain this perspective to children The historically responsive literacy framework combines diverse curriculum and pedagogy to create self efficacy and achievement amongst all outh I hope this book is a catalyst to inspire teachers curriculum writers designers and leadership of color Not a book everyone is ready to read but a much needed read K 12 teachers administrators who want their children to experience new levels of engagement and success in the classroom should read Cultivating Genius a veteran high school educator of diverse outh a teacher leader and the parent of a third grader this book challenged me to re evaluate what and how children are taught in classrooms all over the county While it is grounded in historical practices that support success for children of color the book
also calls for a shift in teaching students of all races andcalls for a shift in teaching students of all races and This book will make ou rethink the terms at risk and disadvantaged it will teach Interviewing Users you the difference between good teaching and CRSE teaching it will challengeou to teach than just skills and it will euip ou with practical ideas to design inst. Oom practices The euity framework will help educators teach and lead toward the following learning goals or pursuits Identity DevelopmentHelping outh to make sense of themselves and othersSkill Development Developing proficiencies across the academic disciplinesIntellectual DevelopmentGaining knowledge and becoming smarterCriticalityLearning and developing the ability to read texts including print and social contexts to understand power euity and anti oppressionWhen these four learning. I m starting my 20th ear teaching and have never
read aa better PD book Not only do I wish my teachers used a historically responsive literacy framework during my 12 schooling but that I learned about the history of Black academic excellence Before reading this book I had no idea about the existence of Black 19th century literary societies and their immense desire to think critically and learn as much as possible about their communities nation and world I love that this framework centers Black children as intellectual by nature with the uote if a Black boy explained that he s not a reader I would help him connect to his lineage and heritage as a Black male I would tell him that he came from generations of readers and thinkers and that reading is in his blood This is a narrative about Black boys and men that is rarely told in the public media 70 To empower oung students of color it is imperative to operate from a strengths based paradigm rather than a deficits based paradigm Considering the breadth of Black academic excellence in both the past and present there is certainly enough curriculum material to In Cultivating Genius Dr Gholdy E Muhammad presents a four layered euity frameworkone that is grounded in history and restores excellence in literacy educationThis framework which she names Historically Responsive Literacy was derived from the study of literacy development within 19th centuryBlack literacy societies The framework is essential and universal for all students especially outh of color who traditionally have been marginalized in learning standards policies and classr.Better PD Book NotPD book Not do I wish my teachers used a historically responsive literacy framework during my