Activity: Talk or presentation › Research Presentation
This presentation reports a qualitative study that examines shifts in the ability of teachers from Dutch schools to provide culturally responsive and bonding oriented newcomer education, as identified by participants and teacher educators involved in the post-initial TE program ‘Specialist Newcomer Education’. Content analysis of program materials, focus group-interviews, and portfolio’s reveals self-reported shifts in teacher responsivity regarding the multilayered identity of pupils and teachers, their multilingualism, transnational knowledge and processes of micro-aggression and silencing within the classroom and beyond. It also illustrates the viability of our analytic tool to map (voids in) teachers’ ability to provide culturally responsive and bonding oriented newcomer education.
6 Nov 2021
47th Annual Conference of the Association for Moral Education