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Course # 4232
The Effect of Cultural Influences Upon Classroom Behavior

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Course Abstract

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Differentiating language differences from language disorders is one of the biggest challenges facing the public school speech pathologist and his/her team. This presentation will discuss the ten cross- cultural continuums (Callis-Buckley) as they apply to our observations of behavior in the mainstream U.S. classroom. The presenter will include examples from real life assignments in the public school setting.

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Course Learning Outcomes

  • The participant will be able to state the 10 cultural continuums (Callis-Buckley) which can guide observations of student behavior in the public school setting.
  • The participant will be able to provide at least two examples of cross-cultural influences upon student behaviors in the public school for each of the cultural continuums presented.
  • The participant will be able to provide at least one example of cross-cultural influence from the home/parent which can affect student behavior in the public school setting for each of the cultural continuums presented.
  • The participant will be able to describe at least one method which can be used to lessen cultural influence upon behaviors observed in the public school for each of the cultural continuums presented.

Average Rating

(1177 Ratings)

Most Recent Comments

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Review by: Carolann on June 18, 2014
The text was clear and concise...the way we Americans like it!
Review by: Mary on June 5, 2014
I liked the breakdown of the material into sections which made the testing process a little easier.
Review by: Carey on June 4, 2014
The information was presented in a very coherent way with good examples.
Review by: Rosemarie on May 31, 2014
Presented in a logical easy to follow format with plenty of practical real-life examples and strategies.
Review by: Alex on May 30, 2014
Great information!
Review by: Judy on May 28, 2014
Interesting view of cultural implications in the classroom
Review by: Sandra on May 22, 2014
Very informative and easy to read
Review by: Maureen on May 20, 2014
Gave me the tools to not judge second language learner's from my cultural biases.
Review by: sherry on May 19, 2014
It made me look at cultural differences in a more informed way
Review by: Andrea on May 14, 2014
The material was delivered in an organized manner and the information is important as the populations we service become more culturally diversed.
Review by: Valeria on April 30, 2014
The speaker was most engaging.
Review by: Rachel on April 25, 2014
Organized easy to understand different categories.
Review by: Louanne on April 25, 2014
Interesting and direct connections to work with students and families.
Review by: Audrey on April 22, 2014
Interesting real life experiences with students/families from variety of cultures
Review by: Kristina on April 21, 2014
n/a
Review by: Richard on April 18, 2014
The presenter's insights were based on broad range of experience combined with scholarly research.
Review by: Nancy on April 17, 2014
clear and concise outline
Review by: Susan on April 9, 2014
I found the information extraordinarily interesting and relevant
Review by: Evelyn on March 26, 2014
Descriptions of each continuum with varying viewpoints - (child - parent - educator).
Review by: Mayra on March 25, 2014
I enjoyed the relevant examples.
Review by: Leslie on December 30, 2013
well organized
Review by: Patricia on December 30, 2013
I found the information regarding the cultural continuums very interesting and informative.
Review by: Elyse on December 30, 2013
well organized
Review by: Marian on December 29, 2013
I liked that Ms. Lococo included personal experience, as well as her clinical learnings, in her presentation.
Review by: Laura on December 28, 2013
Brand new info for me presented in a very enjoyable manner.
Review by: Sandra on December 28, 2013
concrete examples
Review by: Donna on December 27, 2013
Practical and applies to many students we serve.
Review by: sherley on December 26, 2013
Good examples
Review by: Julianne on December 26, 2013
clearly presented and helpful
Review by: Kerry on December 26, 2013
New information to me
Review by: Lisa on December 24, 2013
very well presented and informative
Review by: jill on December 24, 2013
new and critical information presented in a clear usable way!!!
Review by: Karen on December 24, 2013
It provided excellent examples.
Review by: Lesley on December 24, 2013
This course was very well organized.
Review by: Lorelie on December 22, 2013
explained implications for the clinician, teacher, and parent. illustrated examples of the different continuums, and how they are tied into what is expected at school.
Review by: Rachel on December 19, 2013
None at this time
Review by: Marina on December 13, 2013
interesting
Review by: johnna on December 13, 2013
concrete examples for the different cultural continuums
Review by: Jennifer on December 12, 2013
Clear
Review by: Carolina on December 12, 2013
Clear
Review by: Amy on December 11, 2013
Very interesting things to consider.
Review by: Pia on December 7, 2013
Easy to understand
Review by: Deborah on December 2, 2013
Content
Review by: Paula on December 1, 2013
Break down of spectrums
Review by: TERI on November 25, 2013
some of the quiz questions were very confusing
Review by: cynthia on November 15, 2013
Examples provided
Review by: Maribeth on November 15, 2013
The cultural factors that are encountered by teachers
Review by: Renee on November 13, 2013
Provided an organized and informative insight into the importance of considering cultural differences in the classroom.
Review by: Adrienne on November 13, 2013
A large amount of important information presented in an organized manner.
Review by: teresa on October 31, 2013
New interesting material
Review by: Alexis on October 27, 2013
Very insightful!
Review by: Carol on October 22, 2013
It broke down 10 specific areas to be aware of when observing students from other backgrounds.
Review by: jennifer on October 21, 2013
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Review by: Jennifer on October 15, 2013
Examples were helpful.
Review by: Margaret on October 14, 2013
Good account of experiences in other cultures
Review by: George on October 10, 2013
Description of culture and its impact on education
Review by: smitha on October 5, 2013
Information provided was helpful
Review by: Krista on October 2, 2013
Clear definitions and explanations were given
Review by: Natalie on October 1, 2013
Important information when working with English Language Learners
Review by: krista on October 1, 2013
New valuable information
Review by: Ruth on September 27, 2013
The cultural continua provided useful information. Implication of the IDEA could have been better addressed.
Review by: Margaret on September 25, 2013
I like the text courses
Review by: Amy on September 25, 2013
very informational
Review by: stephanie on September 10, 2013
about population i work with
Review by: Stephanie on September 8, 2013
CLEAR, CONCISE, INTERESTING!!!
Review by: leslie on August 22, 2013
It gave me a totally new way of thinking of my ESL students.
Review by: kathye on August 22, 2013
Information can be utilized immediately.
Review by: Kerri on August 14, 2013
well organized and informative.
Review by: Chelsi on August 13, 2013
Very detailed and easy to follow
Review by: richard on August 5, 2013
I will be working with many second language learners.
Review by: Monica on July 29, 2013
Good descriptions of cultural differences
Review by: Melissa on July 27, 2013
Clear and concise with excellent examples.
Review by: Robin on July 25, 2013
good examples
Review by: sarah on July 17, 2013
Quality information
Review by: Margaret on July 16, 2013
The presenter used a structure taken from other studies of culture on which to look at many aspects of cultural difference.
Review by: Eileen on July 16, 2013
Able to apply this to my current caseload.
Review by: AIMEE on July 3, 2013
It graduate school, we learned several cultural differences related to articulation. I never did get comprehensive instruction on how cultural differences would effect classroom settings. Thank you, this will help me help the teachers in my school.
Review by: Leslie on June 25, 2013
interesting and useful information
Review by: Mary on June 19, 2013
organization of materials
Review by: Kellie on June 19, 2013
Many many things to think about and to work with families on. Thank you
Review by: karen on June 5, 2013
Great information about different cultures and lots of useful suggestions
Review by: Diane on May 29, 2013
Insight about other cultures that needs to be considered when working with students from different backgrounds
Review by: Deb on May 27, 2013
Looking at cultural influences within the various continuums really helps target specific issues and how they are influencing behavior. Very helpful.
Review by: Carol on May 23, 2013
Material was presented in a clear manner with examples to relate to.
Review by: Monica on April 28, 2013
Provided good examples as to why different backgrounds play a huge role in cultural influences upon the classroom behavior with the children.
Review by: Janet on April 26, 2013
Practical application
Review by: Nancy on April 14, 2013
Well organized, examples were descriptive in a way that helps me communicate with teachers.
Review by: Alledi on March 29, 2013
Information that was new to me was presented. I liked the continuums.
Review by: Mary on March 27, 2013
It was laid out in a systematic manner and gave many examples from real life.
Review by: Lauren on March 26, 2013
Excellent topic & presenter. The information is very helpful and I think would be difficult to find without this presenter's research.
Review by: Angela on March 23, 2013
great descriptions and perspective/insight
Review by: JENNIFER on March 22, 2013
Topic and organization
Review by: Jacqueline on March 18, 2013
interesting perspective
Review by: Christine on February 21, 2013
Concise and informative format with informative material
Review by: Linda on February 14, 2013
Oddly informative.
Review by: Thalia on February 8, 2013
Content and practical examples
Review by: Dena on January 26, 2013
Clear information
Review by: Kristen on January 25, 2013
So necessary to consider these cultural influences, and often not here in Virginia. Loved the 10 continuum analysis of behavior and cultural influences.
Review by: Johanna on January 23, 2013
Valuable information - well organized
Review by: JANICE on January 22, 2013
interesting examples

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Course Presenter

jomar k lococo

Jomar K. Lococo, M.S., CCC-SLP

Jomar Lococo has been a speech-language pathologist in practice since 1974. She has worked in a variety of professional settings including public schools, higher education and private practice. Ms. Lococo holds ASHA certification and is dually licensed in both California and Oregon. Since 1985, Ms. Lococo has provided professional services to second language learners from five continents. In 1997, she received her certification as a teacher of English to speakers of other languages. Ms. Lococo has lectured extensively on topics addressing work with second language learners. She has been an invited speaker in local school districts, regional offices of education and has given refereed presentations at both state and national conventions.


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