Are you prepared to teach in today's diverse classrooms? The eighth edition of this well-respected text now enables you to apply your understanding of multicultural education. Real classroom videos--on ethnicity and race, class and socioeconomic status, gender and sexual orientation, exceptionality, language, religion, geography, and age--will help you relate to, understand, and celebrate micro-cultures you may encounter in your future classrooms.Multiculturalism Today: Experience and ApplyMuEducationLab. This resarch-based learning tool that brings teaching in today's classrooms to life. Through authentic in-class video footage, research articles, real classroom artifacts, and more, MyEducationLab prepares you for your teaching career. In your textbook look for the MyEducationLab logo in the margins of the text and follow the simple instructions to access. MyEducationLab for this text includes: Homework & Exercise: These assignments help you extend what you are learning. Links to these assignments are found throughout your text's features. Building Teaching Skills: These experience allows you to further analyze the Critical Incidents in Teaching features located in every chapter of your text. NEW! Observe and Learn: Lessons in Action. This feature highlights video illustrating chapter concepts and brings nine multicultural lesson plans to life in real classrooms across the country. Critical Incidents in Teaching. Engaging features of real-life and hypothetical situations that occur in schools and classrooms today encourage you to examine your feelings, attitudes, and reactions. NEW! Licensure Test Prep. Prepare for your professional licensure exam by answering sample test items, similar in format to state licensure tests, that help you consider issues raised in the chapter.Explore Your Beliefs Video Insights. Watch 14 ABC News videos that explore current issues in multicultural education today including five new topics on immigration, zero tolerance policies, evolution and creationism, social cruelty and bullying, as well as the Civil Rights Era. Focus Your Cultural Lens: Debate. Take a position on controversial school issues with for and against statements for your consideration. Pause to Reflect. Consider how your past experience can influence your teaching practice in diverse classrooms through questions and activities that promote self-awareness.Expand Your Knowledge of Current Topics NEW! Geography Chapter. Explore the impact of geography on our cultural identity with topics including immigration, regional cultures in the U.S., and the impact of globalization. NEW! New Topics. Consider issues at the forefront of our constantly changing society with this text's expanded attention to sexual orientation, non-Western religions, and Evangelicals.Donna M. Gollnick is the author of 'Multicultural Education in a Pluralistic Society (8th Edition)', published 2008 under ISBN 9780136138990 and ISBN 0136138993.