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Cultural reciprocity in special education

Maya Kalyanpur

Cultural reciprocity in special education

building family-professional relationships

by Maya Kalyanpur

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Published by Paul H. Brookes Pub. Co. in Baltimore, Md .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Minority people with disabilities,
  • Special education,
  • Education,
  • Parent participation,
  • Intercultural communication

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementby Maya Kalyanpur and Beth Harry
    ContributionsHarry, Beth
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLC3981 .K33 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25299326M
    ISBN 101598572318
    ISBN 109781598572315
    LC Control Number2012013386

    Excerpted from Cultural Reciprocity in Special Education, this chapter explores cultural identity and the acculturation process, special education as a cultural institution, and more. The chapter also closes with review questions at the end. Kalyanpur, m., & harry, b. (). cultural Cultural Reciprocity in Special Education: Building Family of the fact that there are embedded values.

    What is Cultural Reciprocity? Definition of Cultural Reciprocity: Developing a mutual appreciation between persons of different ethnic, racial, gender, age, sex, religious affiliation, sexual orientation, and mental or physical capabilities. Buy Building Cultural Reciprocity with Families: Case Studies in Special Education by Beth Harry, Maya Kalyanpur, Monimalika Day (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(1).

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Ideal for use as a supplementary textbook in a wide range of courses related to special education, this book gives educators a practical framework for cultural reciprocity—a process that helps professionals and families examine their own values, respect each other's differences, and Cited by: Undergraduate and graduate students of special education will find ways to improve communication with parents and learn to more effectively teach children with diverse cultural heritages.

Don't miss the companion book, Building Cultural Reciprocity with Families, available separately and also as a set with Culture in Special Education/5(2). By explaining these values to the family, we give them "cultural capital" or the knowledge and skills that can help understand these imbedded values and thus better negotiate the special education system.

Cultural reciprocity, as opposed to cultural competence, is a two-way process. Cultural Reciprocity in Special Education book.

Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. To succeed in increasingly diverse classro /5. Ideal for use as a supplementary textbook in a wide range of courses related to special education, this book gives educators a practical framework for cultural reciprocity a process that helps professionals and families examine their own values, respect each other's differences, and collaborate skillfully to.

Cultural underpinnings of special education --Cultural reciprocity as an approach toward building parent-professional relationships --Legal and epistemological underpinnings of the construction of disability --The role of professional expertise and language in the treatment of disability --Professionals' perspectives on parenting styles --Goal.

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Ideal for use as a supplementary textbook in a wide range of courses related to special education, this book gives educators a practical framework for cultural reciprocity—a process that helps professionals and families examine their own values, respect each other's differences, and Brand: Dr Maya Kalyanpur; Beth Harry.

Maya Kalyanpur is the author of Cultural Reciprocity in Special Education ( avg rating, 17 ratings, 3 reviews, published ), Culture in Special Ed /5. See how the theory of cultural reciprocity becomes a reality with this engaging book.

Actual case studies take you into the lives of eight families and show you how to use this technique to strengthen your interactions with parents or caregivers.

As you read each study, you'll develop a better understanding of your own culture as well as the culture of special education.

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Get FREE 7-day instant eTextbook access. Prepare the next generation of teachers with this accessible text, developed by two highly respected experts on cultural and linguistic diversity and inclusive for use as a supplementary textbook in a wide range of courses related to special education, this book gives educators a practical framework for cultural reciprocity a.

The book Culture in Special Education: Building Reciprocal Family-Professional Relationships, outlines five key features of the posture of cultural reciprocity (Kalyanpur & Harry, ). It is a useful resource for transition personnel to use in developing effective collaborations with youth and their families.

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Day. Published by P.H. Brookes Pub. Cited by: Building Cultural Reciprocity with Families: Case Studies in Special Education. Baltimore, MD: Brookes Publishing. $ This book of pages builds on eight case studies of multicultural families to deepen the cultural sensitivity of educators and enhance services to diverse on: Old Columbia Rd, Ste B Columbia, MD, United States.

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[Beth Harry; Maya Kalyanpur; Monimalika Day] -- "With cultural reciprocity, administrators, teachers, and staff can work successfully with all families.

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