Rona M. Frederick
Dr. Rona Frederick serves as a coordinator of Education Studies at the Catholic University of America. She has written more than a dozen research articles on culturally responsive teaching of children of African ancestry. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Hampton University, a Master’s Degree in Professional Studies with a focus on Africana studies from Cornell University, and a Doctoral Degree in Curriculum and Instruction with a focus on teacher education, evaluation, and equity from the University of Maryland, College Park.
Books by Rona M. Frederick:
A Soul-Centered Approach to Educating Teachers has been created by A Black Education Network (ABEN), a national organization whose mission is to reverse the backward slide of Black students by utilizing culturally informed research, technology, and visionary community networking within the African Diaspora to facilitate academic and cultural excellence wherever scholars are. This interactive book presents portraits, narratives, and essays to illustrate the impact of ABEN on Black educators and those they serve.
Traditional teacher education, curriculum, and instruction is largely disconnected from the lived experiences of diverse students and their communities. Current debates around Critical Race Theory and its application to curriculum call into question culturally responsive practices while others are striving for ways to support equitable practices in the classroom. Questions about these practices include, What does teacher and learning look like when grounded in community voice and practice? How can we better integrate the history, context, experience, and voice of the communities being served? How can teacher education apply authentic problem solving to address the concerns of a community?
This inspirational and educational tale answers these questions for the myriad teachers, parents, administrators, school districts, community organizations, and community members who seek a better understanding of how to foster, access, and learn from spaces of Black excellence for Black children. Soul-Centered is essential reading for both scholars involved in a variety of disciplines in Education, and for community leaders interested in seeing how improved education practices can hugely benefit their constituents.
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