Culturally Responsive Teaching (2nd Edition ed.), by Gay, G. (2010). New York, NY: Teachers College Press and Howard, T. C. (2003). Culturally relevant pedagogy: ingredients for critical teacher reflection. Theory Into Practice, 42 (3), 195-201.
Reading Room Resources
Check back often for a variety of articles and resources for teachers, teaching artists, arts administrators, and more!
Teachers’ Expectations Can Influence How Students Perform, NPR: WNYC Radio, Alix Spiegel
Teachers & Writers Magazine articles on diversity and equity
Teaching About Racism: Toward a Shared History and Common Language by Alex Cuff
A Reflection on the Spring Valley High Matter: For the Tonyas by Dominque Morisseau
Reading While Black: Or, for Colored Children Who Considered Literary Suicide When the Rainbow Wasn’t Enough by Ibi Zoboi
Arts educators from the Roundtable community who would like to write about their experience exploring the issues of diversity and equity are invited to submit articles to Teachers &
2016 Report from the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs: Diversity & Equity in NYC’s Cultural Workforce. Click here.
National Center for Arts Research White Paper Examines Arts Organizations of Color, February 2016 Click here.
For White Folks Who Teach in the Hood… and the Rest of Y’all Too: Reality Pedagogy and Urban Education by Christopher Emdin. The author a cross-cultural approach to education.
Read article about Music and the Brain in the US Department of Education June 2016 newsletter.
Grantmakers in the Arts webinar series offer some interesting insights.
Find out about the Statewide Strategic Plan for the Arts, which will serve as a planning and implementation guide to support the advancement and adoption of the revised New York State P-12 Dance, Media Arts, Music, Theatre and Visual Arts Learning Standards.
SAVE THE DATE for the ITAC3 Conference: Best, next and radical practice in participatory arts, taking place in Edinburgh, 3-5 August 2016