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Christine Sleeter is an expert in multicultural curriculum, as she has written curriculum for minority based schools for many years and has much experience in the topic.
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Christine Sleeter is an expert in multicultural curriculum, as she has written curriculum for minority based schools for many years and has much experience in the topic. In her book, Un-Standardizing Curriculum, she states the importance of curriculum and the essentiality of focus and energy towards evolving and improving our current state curriculums: , culturally relevant and intellectually rich curriculum has the potential to improve student learning, as examples throughout the book will show. (3). Examples from the book vary from a full frame work of multicultural design to changing ideology and content based standards.

She continues giving her second reason for the importance of curriculum reform: the extent that curriculum reflects public knowledge and knowledge frameworks that young people learn, multicultural curriculum is a valuable resource for educating citizens for participation
in a multicultural democracy. Knowledge itself is embedded in social power relations. Curriculum, and who gets to define it, is political because knowledge in a multicultural democracy cannot be divorced from larger social struggles. It is a medium through which a society defines itself and forms the consciousness of next generations. (Sleeter, 3). Sleeter extends that un-standardizing curriculum is not only important to the academic success, but their success later in life. Since itself is embedded in social power . Proclaiming that the quality of the curriculum is directly linked to the success in multiple realms of life .

Sleeter expresses
the importance of distinguishing between the terms high standards and standards . She offers spaces for teachers to add and implement the rich curriculum practices in between their already packed state approved and standardized lesson plans, units and curriculum. It demonstrates the successful and unsuccessful use these practices with detailed observations from eight different classrooms as well; making it easier for teachers to improve their own curriculums to help the success of the students.
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In her book, Un-Standardizing Curriculum, she states the importance of curriculum and the essentiality of focus and energy towards evolving
and improving our current state curriculums: , culturally relevant and intellectually rich curriculum has the potential to improve student learning, as examples throughout the book will show. (3).

Examples from the book vary from a full frame work of multicultural design
to changing ideology and content based standards.

She continues giving her second reason for
the importance of curriculum reform: the extent that curriculum reflects public knowledge and knowledge frameworks that young people learn, multicultural curriculum is a valuable resource for educating citizens for participation in a multicultural democracy. Knowledge itself is embedded in social power relations. Curriculum, and who gets to define it, is political because knowledge in a multicultural democracy cannot be divorced from larger social struggles. It is a medium through which a society defines itself and forms the consciousness of next generations. (Sleeter, 3).

Sleeter extends that un-standardizing curriculum
is not only important to the academic success, but their success later in life. Since itself is embedded in social power . Proclaiming that the quality of the curriculum is directly linked to the success in multiple realms of life .

She expresses
the importance of distinguishing between the terms high standards and standards. Sleeter offers spaces for teachers to add and implement the rich curriculum practices in between their already packed state approved and standardized lesson plans, units and curriculum.

It demonstrates the successful
and unsuccessful use these practices with detailed observations from eight different classrooms as well; making it easier for teachers to improve their own curriculums to help the success of the students.

*Sleeter's thoughts on reforming curriculum are strong and developed. She is a great resource for teachers or departments that are trying to reform their own curriculum, or just for someone who is interested in the topic
. Throughout her book, she gives detailed examples and specific steps to help you along.

Christine Sleeter is an expert in multicultural curriculum, as she has written curriculum for minority based schools for many years and has much experience in the topic.
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Christine Sleeter is an expert in multicultural curriculum, as she has written curriculum for minority based schools for many years and has much experience in the topic. In her book, Un-Standardizing Curriculum, she states the importance of curriculum and the essentiality of focus and energy towards evolving and improving our current state curriculums: , culturally relevant and intellectually rich curriculum has the potential to improve student learning, as examples throughout the book will show. (3). Examples from the book vary from a full frame work of multicultural design to changing ideology and content based standards.

She continues giving her second reason for the importance of curriculum reform: the extent that curriculum reflects public knowledge and knowledge frameworks that young people learn, multicultural curriculum is a valuable resource for educating citizens for participation in a multicultural democracy. Knowledge itself is embedded in social power relations. Curriculum, and who gets to define it, is political because knowledge in a multicultural democracy cannot be divorced from larger social struggles. It is a medium through which a society defines itself and forms the consciousness of next generations. (Sleeter, 3). Sleeter extends that un-standardizing curriculum is not only important to the academic success, but their success later in life. Since itself is embedded in social power . Proclaiming that the quality of the curriculum is directly linked to the success in multiple realms of life .

Sleeter expresses the importance of distinguishing between the terms high standards and standards . She offers spaces for teachers to add and implement the rich curriculum practices in between their already packed state approved and standardized lesson plans, units and curriculum. It demonstrates the successful and unsuccessful use these practices with detailed observations from eight different classrooms as well; making it easier for teachers to improve their own curriculums to help the success of the students.