Prospective teachers’ views on courses for culturally responsive pedagogy

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While there is a growing body of researches on culturally responsive curriculum, nonetheless, the efficacy of culturally responsive curriculum courses for prospective teacher in preparing these soon-to-be teachers to teach culturally responsive have not been examined thoroughly especially from the perspectives of these teachers. This study was undertaken to fill these gaps and to improve understandings of culturally responsive curriculum. Furthermore, it is hoped that the outcomes of this study could potentially help teacher training programs to understand their effectiveness in training teachers for implementing culturally responsive pedagogy and further improve their programs.




Nasri, N. M., Talib, A., & Alias, B. S. (2019). Prospective teachers’ views on courses for culturally responsive pedagogy. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 8(2 Special Issue 3), 1435–1439.

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