Multicultural Teaching in Regions (Within Sustainability Conception in Education)

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Tatiana Zhukova
Vladimir Bogoslovskiy
Tatiana Dobudko
Svetlana Sevenyuk
Lidiya Vershinina

Abstract

This research is dedicated to the study of the sustainability conception in education adopted by multicultural processes. The results of this research are analysed from a study conducted at Samara State University of Social Sciences and Education and Ludwigsburg Pedagogical Institute.


 Multicultural teaching develops dynamically. It seems possible to develop an instrument to evaluate on an ongoing basis as to how to improve multicultural teaching further within regional policy. For this, we aim to demonstrate the importance of using Inter- and trans-disciplinary methods as a significant contributor in many countries to better understand perspectives to analyse multicultural teaching in regions. To further the ideas about the perspectives to develop multicultural teaching, we feel strongly that action-oriented and reflective and responsible methods are an important mediator to ensure multicultural teaching. Hence, in this research we speak about the integrative model, in particular, considering the relationship that exists between the educational practices to increase the role of education and the determinate needs of peoples of all nationalities and the new phenomenon of the regional policy. To do so, we use structural and functional approach. The ideas presented here attempt to visually organise the views upon which Russian intercultural experts have reached in particular considering the methods that exist to improve multicultural teaching.

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Zhukova, T., Bogoslovskiy, V., Dobudko, T., Sevenyuk, S., & Vershinina, L. (2019). Multicultural Teaching in Regions (Within Sustainability Conception in Education). Space and Culture, India, 7(1), 274-284. https://doi.org/10.20896/saci.v7i1.437
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Received 2019-01-29
Accepted 2019-05-08
Published 2019-06-30

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