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Culturally responsive teaching in elementary social studies: Inclusion and action in an exploration of the Japanese-American internment

This applied research project investigates the use of culturally responsive teaching as a means of increasing students' knowledge and understanding in social studies, and provides a culturally responsive unit incorporating primary sources on the Japanese-American internment during World War II. Culturally responsive teaching as a whole instructional and curricular approach is defined, and includes equitable pedagogy and social justice analysis and application. (See more in text.)

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