ABSTRACT

Culturally Responsive Teaching in Gifted Education is a professional learning tool for practitioners who are working to create more culturally responsive school and classroom environments. This book:

  • Focuses on gifted and talented students from special populations, including those who are culturally, linguistically, and economically diverse.
  • Is presented as a collection of essays written by educational advocates.
  • Aims to increase the cultural competence of teachers and school leaders.
  • Is organized in three sections: Culturally Responsive Practices; Race, Ethnicity, and Culture; and Gender, Sex, and Sense of Self.
  • Provides readers with personal insights into the implicit biases that exist within the educational system and gifted programs.

Each chapter illustrates the lived experiences of students from special populations and includes reflection questions for continued conversations and planning. Finally, an Educator Inventory is provided that tasks educators with reflecting on their own personal implicit biases and classroom practices related to the diverse populations of gifted and talented students in our schools.

chapter |13 pages

Introduction

Acknowledging the Past, Committing to the Future
ByJoy Lawson Davis

part Section I|64 pages

Culturally Responsive Practices

chapter 1|12 pages

School Climate Change

Requiring Understanding of Our Students and Community
ByJeff Danielian

chapter 2|15 pages

Implicit Bias

Challenges in the Classroom
ByNina Barbieri, Bernardo Pohl

chapter 3|16 pages

Promoting Antiracism

Through the Eyes of a Black Mother
ByMichelle Frazier Trotman Scott

chapter 4|12 pages

The Need for Culturally Responsive Gifted Educators

ByJavetta Jones Roberson

part Section II|68 pages

Race, Ethnicity, and Culture

chapter 6|10 pages

Culturally and Linguistically Sustaining Practices for Multilingual Learners With High Academic Potential

ByNielsen Pereira, Luciana C. de Oliveira

chapter 7|22 pages

Indigenous Youth

See Them, Hear Them, Educate Them
ByMarcia Gentry, Justyna Gray

chapter 8|10 pages

Poverty and the (Mis)Education of Black and Hispanic Gifted Students

ByErinn Fears Floyd

part Section III|78 pages

Gender, Sex, and Sense of Self

chapter 10|14 pages

Supporting Gifted Males and Their Emotional Well-Being

ByThomas P. Hébert

chapter 11|9 pages

Preparing Gifted Black Males for Transition to College 1

ByMarques R. Dexter, Tarek C. Grantham

chapter 12|13 pages

Transgender and Nonbinary Youth

ByTeresa Ryan Manzella, Jace Valcore

chapter 13|14 pages

Culturally Responsive ABC's for Gifted LGBTTIQQ2SA+ Students

ByPJ Sedillo

part Section IV|26 pages

A Call to Action

chapter |22 pages

A Call to Action

Supporting Equity, Diversity, and Access for Gifted Students 1

chapter |2 pages

Concluding Thoughts

ByC. Matthew Fugate, Wendy A. Behrens, Cecelia Boswell, Joy Lawson Davis