Getting Started and Connecting
Module 01: Cultural Responsiveness: Bridge the Gaps of Culture
Module 02: Deconstructing Barriers of Cultural Responsiveness
Module-03: Evaluating and Measuring Acculturative Stress
Module 04: The Culturally Responsive System (CRS): Creating a Solid Foundation
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Module 4: Resources

Lesson 1: The Need for a Framework

  1. Understand the importance of having a framework for implementing culturally responsive practices in education.
  2. Explore the challenges and gaps that arise in the absence of a structured framework.
  3. Identify key topics related to the need for a framework in culturally responsive education.
  4. Evaluate existing frameworks and their applicability to diverse educational settings.
  5. Develop insights into how a framework enhances the effectiveness of cultural responsiveness initiatives.

Lesson 2: The CRS Model

  1. Gain an in-depth understanding of the Cultural Responsiveness in Education (CRS) model.
  2. Explore the core components and principles that form the basis of the CRS model.
  3. Analyze case studies illustrating successful implementation of the CRS model.
  4. Develop skills in applying the CRS model to diverse educational contexts.

Lesson 3: RTI vs. CRS

  1. Compare and contrast Response to Intervention (RTI) and Cultural Responsiveness in Education (CRS).
  2. Understand the strengths and limitations of both RTI and CRS models.
  3. Explore scenarios where one model may be more suitable than the other.
  4. Identify key topics related to the intersection of RTI and CRS in educational practices.