As part of our commitment to bring thoughts & ideas, please enjoy the following courtesy Kappa Delta Pi:
The Kappa Delta Pi Record, a journal published in partnership with Taylor & Francis, brings you articles on national and international issues related to policy, practical articles on theory-based instructional methods, original research reports, and evidence-based commentaries. The KDP Record is included in your membership to Kappa Delta Pi. Here are some fresh takes on topics of interest from the October 2021 issue.
Body Language Signals, Social Class, and Implicit Bias
Markers of social class are communicated and interpreted through a diverse set of social practices. With the strategies presented in this article, teachers can recognize the signals of social class and work to interrupt implicit bias. Read the lead author's blog here.
Responding Well to Student Homelessness
Though the number of American students who are homeless has surged, identifying them and providing the assistance they need is difficult. The author of this article explores the problem and offers strategies and resources for educators.
Curriculum Connections: Learning to Count in Different Cultures
Culture and language play important roles in counting techniques, affecting how students learn math around the globe.
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