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The hidden academic curriculum and inequality in early education, how class, race, teacher interactions, and friendship influence student success, Karen Phelan Kozlowski - electronic book

Summary
Drawing on a rich ethnographic study conducted in first grade classrooms in the US, this book reveals the potentially invisible, yet significant ways that race and social class impact student success in the earliest years of their schooling. The Hidden Academic Curriculum and Inequality in Early Education: How Class, Race, Teacher Interactions, and Friendship Influence Student Success explores key differences observed between the classroom interactions and academic behaviors of racially, socially, and ethnically diverse first grade students
Table of contents
Chapter 1: Understanding Sociocultural Differences in Decoding Instruction and Demonstrating Knowledge -- Chapter 2: Unequal Skills: Decoding and Demonstrating Knowledge – Chapter 3: Learning How to Decode and Demonstrate Knowledge from Parents – Chapter 4: The Academic Hidden Curriculum: Learning How (Not) to Decode and Demonstrate Knowledge from Teachers – Chapter 5: Unequal Rewards and Punishments for Demonstrating Knowledge – Chapter 6: Unequal Skills and Punishments: Segregated Friendships and Concentrated (Dis)Advantage – Chapter 7: Moving Forward as Theorists and Practitioners -- Appendix A: Research Methods
Language
eng
Literary form
non fiction
Physical description
1 online resource (211 pages)
Specific material designation
remote
Form of item
online
ISBN
9781000505054

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