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Responding to diversity (and respecting differences) by
Classrooms are training grounds for students to learn how to respond positively to diverse environments. Every day, they interact with people who look different, come from different places, and have different preferences. This program explores the many types of diversity and the perils of stereotyping, prejudice, and discrimination. We also discuss ways to express curiosity in others while respecting the differences that make every person interesting, unique and valuable.
Publication Date: 2011
How to use students' diverse cultural backgrounds to enhance academic achievement #32 by
Part of your students' background knowledge is the diverse cultural experiences that they bring to your classroom every day. Now you can connect to those experiences and understand their influences on achievement using the techniques and ideas in this 15-minute DVD. Explore ways to use personal stories, writing projects, and classroom activities to get to know your students and their prior knowledge of subject material. Learn how to pick instructional strategies and teaching resources that are most appropriate for your students' backgrounds. And get ideas for how to put a program in place that encourages cultural responsiveness and positive attitudes about diversity in your classroom, school, and community.
Publication Date: 2007
Cultural diversity : orientation for Asian cultures by
This video is the first of its kind to explain the major differences in nursing between the East and the West at the philosophical and cultural levels with concrete examples. Join us as Dr. Yu Xu (PhD and RN) discusses these cultural differences. This video is essential for foreign nurses and for those who work with foreign nurses.
Publication Date: 2015
Developing cultural humility and multicultural orientation by
In this video, Doctors Sidney Shaw and Stephanie J. W. Ford define, discuss and demonstrate cultural humility and multicultural orientation. They compare how these concepts complement and enhance the multicultural competencies most graduate students are taught in their training programs. Viewers will watch Dr. Shaw work with a client as he demonstrates multicultural orientation and cultural humility in three separate vignettes. Debriefing and discussion follow each segment to underscore what went well, and what areas could be improved. Concepts discussed and demonstrated in this video are: Broaching the topic; microaggressions; counselor privilege, dynamic sizing; process-orientation, and culture of feedback.
Publication Date: 2017
Empathy training for ethnic and cultural awareness by
This DVD features 36 vignettes developed and role-played by college students based on their own experiences of feeling marginalized. African American, Asian/Asian American, Caribbean, Gay and Lesbian, Hispanic, American Indian, and international students are featured. Audiences not only will gain insight into the experiences that challenge culturally different students, but will examine their own assumptions, feelings and attitudes toward them.
Publication Date: 2008