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NEW book! Teaching Humanities with Cultural Responsiveness at HBCUs and HSIs edited by duewa m. frazier

BOOK DESCRIPTION: In the realm of higher education, a persistent challenge lingers – how to empower Black and brown students within Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs) to transcend societal limitations. These students, often labeled as "at risk" or "falling" within the achievement gap, possess an untapped potential that traditional pedagogies fail to unlock. Moreover, the "twin pandemics" of COVID-19 and racial injustice have widened disparities, necessitating innovative approaches to teaching that connect academic subjects with the living realities of these learners. As educators strive to bridge this gap, they grapple with evolving technology, diverse classroom dynamics, and the imperative to foster cultural inclusivity.


Teaching Humanities with Cultural Responsiveness at HBCUs and HSIs is a groundbreaking book meticulously curated by DuEwa M. Frazier. This compelling book is a testament to the power of collective insight, a comprehensive response to the pressing need for transformative educational practices. It offers an array of research-driven solutions, bridging the gap between conventional teaching methods and the diverse, dynamic realities of HBCU and HSI classrooms. The book deftly explores topics such as teaching ESL and EFL students, integrating accommodations for disabilities, embracing hip-hop pedagogies, and fostering social justice education. Through this wealth of perspectives, educators are equipped to revolutionize their teaching methodologies and provide students with the cultural bridges they deserve.


This book speaks directly to academics eager to reshape the educational landscape, offering a roadmap to fostering academic excellence while promoting equity, diversity, and inclusion. It is a beacon of transformation, championing strategies to inspire a diverse range of students to not only excel academically but also embrace their unique identities and histories. Through its carefully curated collection of insights and practices, the book resonates with scholars, administrators, and educators alike, inviting them to embark on a journey of innovation that resonates far beyond the classroom walls. With Teaching Humanities with Cultural Responsiveness at HBCUs and HSIs, a new era of education beckons—one where cultural responsiveness and academic achievement harmoniously converge. VISIT IGI FOR MORE INFORMATION.


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