In this response, I extend the conversation started by Hayes and Juárez (2012) by highlighting how culturally responsive teaching is spoken in one teacher education program where I worked and served in the preparation of middle-level teachers. I also share my reflections concerning this idea and pose questions for critical thought, dialogue, and action. Finally, I challenge teacher-educators to speak, enact, and work to produce culturally responsive teaching/teachers in their teacher preparation programs.
Response to Article
Cleveland Hayes and Brenda Juarez, There Is No Culturally Responsive Teaching Spoken Here: A Critical Race Perspective
Jett, C. C.
Let’s Produce Culturally Responsive Pedagogues on Deck. A Response to "There Is No Culturally Responsive Teaching Spoken Here: A Critical Race Perspective".
Democracy and Education,
(2), Article 16.
Available at: http://democracyeducationjournal.org/home/vol20/iss2/16