Sustaining Ourselves under Stressful Times: Strategies To Assist Multicultural Educators

Wong, Penelope; Fernández, Anita E.
March 2008
Multicultural Education;Spring2008, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p10
Academic Journal
The article discusses resistance to multicultural education courses among higher education students and faculty and suggests methods that multicultural educators can use to promote healthy spaces for learning and avoid burnout. The authors outline various types of resistance they they and other multicultural educators are faced with and consider the emotional, physical, intellectual, ethical, and spiritual effects of such resistance. A framework for addressing each of these effects is presented.


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