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Guidebook
Cultural Inquiry Process Steps: Overview
Cultural Inquiry Process Steps: Conducting Your Own CIP Study
 
1. Focus: Select as your focus one or more students or parents, identifying your puzzlement(s) about the student(s) or parent(s).
 
2. Known Information: Summarize what is already known about the focus student(s) and the context.
 
3. Questions: Consider alternative cultural influences and select one or more of them to explore.
3.1 Beliefs or Values
3.2 School Culture
3.2.1 Competition
3.2.2 Tracking
3.2.3 Programs for English Language Learners
3.3 Mismatches between student's or group's culture and school culture
3.3.1 Interactional Patterns
3.3.2 Home Culture & Curriculum
3.3.3 Preferred Learning Approaches
3.4 Students' Experiences and Meanings
3.4.1 Influences on students from outside school
3.4.2 Imbalances in power or economic opportunities and peer group response to those imbalances
3.5 Individual students' cultural "negotiations"
3.5.1 Individual students' negotiations of home, peer, and school cultures?
3.5.2 Individual students' negotiations of their cultural identities
Complete List of CIP Step 3 Questions and Subquestions
 
Guide for Reading CIP Step 4 and Step 5 Pages
 
4. New Information: Gather and analyze relevant information as needed.
4.1 Beliefs or Values
4.2 School Culture
4.2.1 Competition
4.2.2 Tracking
4.2.3 Programs for English Language Learners
4.3 Mismatches between student's or group's culture and school culture
4.3.1 Interactional Patterns
4.3.2 Home Culture & Curriculum
4.3.3 Preferred Learning Approaches
4.4 Students' Experiences and Meanings
4.4.1 Influences on students from outside school
4.4.2 Imbalances in power or economic opportunities and peer group response to those imbalances
4.5 Individual students' cultural "negotiations"
4.5.1 Individual students' negotiations of home, peer, and school cultures
4.5.2 Individual students' negotiations of their cultural identities
 
5. Intervention(s): Develop and implement intervention(s) as needed.
5.1 Beliefs or Values
5.2 School Culture
5.2.1 Competition
5.2.2 Tracking
5.2.3 Programs for English Language Learners
5.3 Mismatches between student's or group's culture and school culture
5.3.1 Interactional Patterns
5.3.2 Home Culture & Curriculum
5.3.3 Preferred Learning Approaches
5.4 Students' Experiences and Meanings
5.4.1 Influences on students from outside school
5.4.2 Imbalances in power or economic opportunities and peer group response to those imbalances
5.5 Individual students' cultural "negotiations"
5.5.1 Individual students' negotiations of home, peer, and school cultures
5.5.2 Individual students' negotiations of their cultural identities
 
6. Monitor the process and results of intervention(s)
 
7. Write a report of your CIP study
 
Related Success Stories and CIP Studies
Educational Practitioners' Beliefs or Values (3.1, 4.1, 5.1)
School Culture (3.2, 4.2, 5.2)
Mismatches Between Cultures (3.3, 4.3, 5.3)
Students' Experiences & Meanings from Outside School (3.4, 4.4, 5.4)
Individual Students' Cultural Negotiations (3.5, 4.5, 5.5)
CIP Studies
Atanasio: Why Won't He Behave?
Brimberg: Babak K. and Family
Bronder-Botti: One Teacher's Quest to Encourage Male Writers
Cox: The Study of Martin
Crosby: A Cultural Inquiry of Maria
Edwards: Jimmy D.: "My Mamma Don't Want No Drug-dealer For a Son"
Gregory: Transitions in First Grade
Hahn: Sorting It Out: A CIP Study of a Special Education Student
Hall: Positive Discipline and Assertive Discipline
Holland: A Case of Sue
Jeffress: A Tough Transition for José
Johnson: Hidden Culture -- Finding the Individual
Hoover: Why Don't They Get It?
Nahidian: The Education of Muslim Students in America
Malpeli: A Resource Teacherís Role in the Regular Classroom
May: Iím Going to Fail: A Cultural Study
Pechacek: Case of Maria
Rapee: Understanding Sam
Schiavo: Math Can Be A Dangerous Thing--If It Is Being Done By Girls
Schultz: The Application of the Cultural Inquiry Process in an Autistic Childís Education and Peer Relations
Seifried: The CIP in Music Education
Stafford: A Cultural Inquiry of Tomika
Yeow: Homework: To do or not to do?
Zink: Mahmoud's Progress
Cultural Success Stories
AVID untracking program
Because of the Kids
European American teacher and a Sikh student
Freshmen Social Studies Class
Funds of Knowledge for Teaching project
Hawaiian students pre-K through third grade
KEEP program
KEEP-Rough Rock project
La Clase Mágica
Las Redes
Labor union literacy education program
PEP program
PLAN program
Reading in Spanish and in English
Reducing Borders
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Resources
Tutorial on Using Resources in the Cultural Inquiry Process
Overview on Using Resources
Examine a Sample Study
Step 3 - Cultural Questions
Step 4 - Gathering Information
Step 5 - Developing Intevention Strategies
Step 6 - Monitoring Results & Drawing Conclusions
Work on Your Own Study
Step 3 - Choosing Cultural Questions
Step 4 - Gathering Information
Step 5 - Developing Intevention Strategies
Step 6 - Monitoring Results & Drawing  Conclusions
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