The contributors draw from critical pedagogy, multicultural education, and the Afrocentric canon to critique the American educational system.
Educating African American Students book. The contributors draw from critical pedagogy, multicultural education, and the Afrocentric canon to critique the American educational system.
Educating African Americans Students: Foundations, Curriculum, and Experiences is a compilation of essays and . Hilton-Pitre (2009) evaluated a group counseling program for African American girls appropriately titled, Empowerment Groups for Academic Success (EGAS).
The first section, "Foundations," presents three articles that provide a synopsis of the inequities in public schools.
by Abul Pitre, Esrom Pitre, Ruth Ray, and Twana Hilton-Pitre (Ed. .
Educating African American Students: Foundations, Curriculum, and Experiences, by Abul Pitre, Esrom Pitre, Ruth Ray, and Twana Hilton-Pitre (Ed.
Critical Black Pedagogy in Education. Pitre, Abul, Pitre, Esrom, Ray, Ruth. Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group Inc. Book Format. Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H). 0 x . 0 Inches.
Pitre, Abul; Pitre, Esrom; Ray, Ruth; Hilton-Pitre, Twana (15 August 2009). Countering Prejudice against American Indians and Alaska Natives through Antibias Curriculum and Instruction. Educating African American Students: Foundations, Curriculum, and Experiences (illustrated e.
Hicks, T & Pitre, A. (2010)
Hicks, T & Pitre, A. (2010). In Jones, T. & Wood, J. L. African American Males in Education: Considerations throughout the P-20 Pipeline, Information Age Press. 6. Hicks, T. (in press). Educating African American Students. Free delivery worldwide. Abul Pitre is professor and department head of educational leadership and counseling at Prairie View A&M University, where he teaches Multicultural Education for Educational Leaders, and Leadership. He was appointed Edinboro University's first named professor for his outstanding work in African-American education and held the distinguished title of the Carter G. Woodson Professor of Education.
Drawing from the theoretical constructs found in Afrocentric education, critical pedagogy, and multicultural education, this book introduces a new concept for educating African American students, coined critical Black pedagogy in education. Scholars and leaders, such as Elijah Muhammad, Carter G. Woodson, Paulo Freire, James Banks, and others provide compelling arguments that cogently describe the challenge of educating African American students for liberation.
This book examines the lived experiences and work of African American women educators during the 1880s to the 1960s
This book examines the lived experiences and work of African American women educators during the 1880s to the 1960s. Specifically, this text portrays an array of Black educators who used their social location as educators and activists to resist and fight the interlocking structures of power, oppression, and privilege that existed across the various educational institutions in the .