Preparing minority teachers for multicultural settings: Evidence from five countries

Reversed session 1


15:00-16:40 Monday, 26 June, 2023, Room 13

Reversed Full session: A session in which several lectures on one common subject are prerecorded and viewed by the audience prior to the session. The focus of the face-to-face session will be on a discussion of the session contents.

  • Education & Prejudice: On Roma Teachers in the Czech Republic
    Zbyněk Němec, Faculty of Education, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic
  • Minority Teachers in Germany: Developments, Focal Points and Current Trends
    Prof Lisa Rosen1, Prof Drorit Lengyel2
    1 University of Koblenz-Landau, Landau, Germany. 2 University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
  • The Experiences of Māori Teachers in English-Medium Settings in New Zealand
    Dr Hana Turner-Adams, Professor Christine Rubie-Davies
    University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
  • The Role of Identity in Curricular and Pedagogical Decision Making
    Dr. Kelly Allen
    Augusta University, Augusta, USA
  • Disrupting pedagogical systems of oppression: An autoethnography of a Latina
    Dr. Jennifer Barreto
    Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti, USA
  • Theoretical insights into the integration of minority teachers from the international perspective
    Dr Mary Gutman
    Efrata College, Jerusalem, Israel