"Why Address Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in Preservice and Inservice Preparation?"

Why address CLD?

This is an excerpt from Eva K. Thorp and Sylvia Y. Sanchez's chapter, Infusing cultural and linguistic diversity into preservice and inservice preparation. In P. Winton, J. McCollum, & C. Catlett (Eds.), Preparing effective professionals: Evidence and applications in early childhood and early intervention. Washington, DC:ZERO TO THREE Press.

In this chapter the authors discuss:

The Meaning of Culture and Dimensions of Cultural Diversity

The Role of Critical Reflection in Exploring Issues of Culture and Language

The Role of Home Language and the Link between Language and Culture

DiversityProfessional DevelopmentReflective Practice

Communication DisordersEarly Childhood EducationEarly InterventionFamily StudiesHealth ProfessionsInfant Mental HealthOccupational TherapyPhysical TherapyPsychologySocial WorkSpecial Education

June 21, 2013

Kari Holmberg


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