Sunday, Dec 18 2022

Studying with people with the same culture produces more benefits than multicultural education

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Scientific Articles

  • Silva, C., Bajzáth, A., Lemkow-Tovias, G., & Wastijn, B. (2020). Encouraging intercultural attitudes and practices in contemporary ECEC services. Insights from A research conducted in Italy, Spain, and Hungary. European Early Childhood Education Research Journal28(1), 90-103.
  • Carmona Sáez, P., Parra Martínez, J., & Gomariz Vicente, M. Á. (2021). Participación de las familias de alumnado con apoyos y atenciones diferentes: un estudio en un contexto multicultural. RIE: revista de investigación educativa.

Explanation of the Post

We have gathered some articles on the benefits of multicultural education and provide information that gives us the benefits of this kind of education.

Other sources

  • Banks, J. A., & Banks, C. A. M. (Eds.). (2019). Multicultural education: Issues and perspectives. John Wiley & Sons.

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  1. We do not agree that studying with people of the same culture produces more benefits than multicultural education. We believe that multicultural education is better than studying with people of the same culture. To demonstrate this, we have found three articles that explain aspects related to multicultural education and diversity in educational environments. The texts address multicultural education from different perspectives, including teacher training, specific intercultural teaching techniques, and diversity management for cooperative learning.
    In conclusion, these studies highlight the critical relevance of multicultural education and effective diversity management in educational settings.

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