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CELEBRATING PLURALISM: Multicultural approaches to art learning.

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Graeme Chalmers (gfchalm)
Tue, 21 Jan 1997 16:07:23 -0800 (PST)


Last week an "artednetter" considered Daun's "cultural symbol" project and
wondered how to involve a student who is bi-cultural. You're right, none of
us live in just one culture.

It's not just a matter of ethnicity. We all live in "multi"cultures, and
most of these groups use visual symbols to express their identities. In
CELEBRATING PLURALISM (p.67) I use a great quote from Stuhr,
Petrovich-Mwaniki, and Wasson: "A student may be five years old, female,
Chinese (Taiwanese), hearing impaired, wealthy, and Buddhist." "Curriculum
Guidelines for the Multicultural Classroom," Art Education (45)1, 1992. p.18

Graeme

Graeme Chalmers
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Department of Curriculum Studies
University of British Columbia
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