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The Importance of Using Fresh Ingredients in Caribbean Cooking

The Importance of Using Fresh Ingredients in Caribbean Cooking

When you are cooking Caribbean cuisine it is essential that fresh ingredients are used every time. Some spices, of course, will come dried and prepackaged, such as curry, geera, essences, salts, and oils to name...
Multiculturalism and the Ten Toes in Bible Prophecy

Multiculturalism and the Ten Toes in Bible Prophecy

Multiculturalism is the Trojan horse in America today and there is no surer way to divide and weaken a nation from within. There is nothing wrong with lawful immigration among nations. In fact it is entirely...
Multiculturalism, Positive and Negative Aspects

Multiculturalism, Positive and Negative Aspects

In a country there can be many cultures living side by side. This is due to countries opening up, air travel becoming cheaper and easier which have allowed more and more people to go to other countries. For instance,...
Instructional Strategies For Multicultural Education

Instructional Strategies For Multicultural Education

In today’s education system, teachers are constantly being faced with new challenges. In an ever-changing diverse world, teachers must adapt their curriculums and teaching strategies to work in a number...
A Clinical Field Experience Report

A Clinical Field Experience Report

By Susana Marques Special to CSMS magazine For ten hours I had the opportunity to observe a second grade classroom at Peters Elementary located in Plantation, Florida—a suburban town near Fort Lauderdale. The...
Teachers have a role in the process to get our immigrant students adjusted in America

Teachers have a role in the process to get our immigrant students adjusted in America

By Clemencia Thompson Special to CSMS Magazine All students have strengths and talents on which they can build, and all students have considerable potential to develop new skills and abilities.  They each may...
It’s important to be aware of the differences among us

It’s important to be aware of the differences among us

By Lourdemy Auguste Special to CSMS Magazine Nonverbal communication is another form of communication amongst friends and strangers. It’s not limited to just signs, but it’s also based on your actions also....
A Clinical Experience Report from a Multicultural Classroom in South Florida

A Clinical Experience Report from a Multicultural Classroom in South Florida

By Russell Roache Special to CSMS Magazine “We have become not a melting pot but a beautiful mosaic. Different people, different beliefs, different yearnings, different hopes, different dreams” – Jimmy...
We all need to be culturally aware when it comes to nonverbal communication

We all need to be culturally aware when it comes to nonverbal communication

By Chantale JimenezCSMS Magazine Staff WriterA situation in which you may need to interpret the nonverbal behavior of someone from another culture may be if you do not speak the same language as the other person,...
Teachers need to know these nuances in today’s multicultural classrooms

Teachers need to know these nuances in today’s multicultural classrooms

By Sandy LopezSpecial to CSMS MagazineCultures vary in their tendency to encourage people to be unique and independent or conforming and interdependent.  Hofstede outlines and compares five dimensions of intercultural...

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