Negotiating Identities: Education for Empowerment in a Diverse Society by Jim Cummins

Negotiating Identities: Education for Empowerment in a Diverse Society

Book Title: Negotiating Identities: Education for Empowerment in a Diverse Society

Publisher: California Assn for Bilingual

ISBN: 1889094013

Author: Jim Cummins


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About the Author: Jim Cummins teaches in the Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning of the University of Toronto. His research focuses on the challenges educators face in adjusting to classrooms where cultural and linguistic diversity is the norm. He has published widely in the areas of language learning, bilingual education, reading, and the implications of technological innovation for education. Among his recent publications are the 1997 book co-edited with David Corson, "Bilingual Education: Volume 5 of Encyclopedia of Language and Education" (David Corson, General Editor) (Kluwer Academic Publishers), and "Language, Power, and Pedagogy: Bilingual Children in the Crossfire" (Multilingual Matters, 2000). He has also served as an author or consulting author on a number of Scott Foresman curriculum programs in the areas of ESL, Reading, Social Studies, Science and Mathematics. | About CABE: The California Association for Bilingual Education (CABE) is a statewide organization established in 1976 to promote quality bilingual education programs for students who are English Language Learners and native English students wanting to learn a second language. There are five CABE regions with 70+ chapters serving 6,500 members throughout California. CABE membership includes teachers, administrators, parents, instructional assistants and other community members and organizations. Vision and Mission: CABE's vision is "Biliteracy and Educational Equity for All." This vision is based on the premise that students in the 21st century, in order to succeed and be powerful forces in our communities, have to: 1) be multilingual; 2) be knowledgeable of the diversity in our society and recognize/respect the differing perspectives of our multicultural global society; 3) be information and technologically literate; and 4) be civically oriented and active advocates for their communities. ...