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Multicultural Education: A Teaching Technique for Students of Little Diversity

Dr. Adonica Schultz Aune.

How do you teach a multicultural education class to students with little experience in cultural awareness and diversity? This is one instructor’s account of one higher educational multicultural class. Inter-video networking and online learning were used to facilitate unmet needs to students scattered in a sparsely populated U. S. state. The class incorporated guests from a variety of cultures, multicultural interviews, multicultural selected readings, assigned readings from experts of multicultural education in the 21st century with special emphasis on ways of student learning and special needs. This presentation should be of interest to multicultural educators worldwide. A syllabus and selected multicultural reading list will be provided. Video excerpts of the class will be shown.


Dr. Adonica Schultz Aune  (United States)
School of Communication
University of North Dakota

Before taking her appointment teaching communication and education courses at the University of North Dakota, USA, Dr Adonica Schultz Aune taught campus and online English Writing Composition through the University of Minnesota, Crookston. Her interest in multicultural education began in 1993 when she taught on a Native American reservation in North Dakota. She then, in 1994, served as an English Expert in Hefei University of Technology's Foreign Language Department in Hefei, Peoples Republic of China. Following that, she taught English as a Second Language at Christian Invention Computer College in Seoul, Korea. She also served as an Aviation English Teaching Consultant in Taipei, Taiwan from 1997 to 1999.

  • Multicultural
  • Education
  • Diversity
  • Teaching
  • Technique
  • Culture
  • University

(30 min Conference Paper, English)