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Erin Feinauer Whiting is an Associate Professor of Multicultural Education at Brigham Young University. Her scholarship has examined many aspects of belonging, community, inequality, and culture. Her research focuses on understanding and alleviating social inequality including a focus on school community and organization for the inclusion of all students. She is also engaged in research examining how preservice teacher candidates prepare for teaching through a critical multicultural education that is intended to unpack social privilege and cultural difference.
Multicultural Education for secondary education majors, Sociology of Education, Classrooms as Culture Systems, Foundations in Teacher Education, Equity, Power and Privilege in Education, Sociology of knowledge
Social inequalities, social positionality, student belonging, equity and access in education, school climate & organization, critical multicultural teacher preparation, social and educational theory, social systems of emotions and food in schools.
'Estamos aquÃ pero no soy de aquÃ': American-Mexican youth, belonging, and schooling in rural, Central Mexico
Teacher Candidates' Responses to Examining Personal Privilege: Nuanced understandings of the discourse of individualism in critical multicultural education.
Measuring the multicultural dispositions of preservice teachers
The Simple School Belonging Scale: Working towards a unidimensional measure of student belonging
Using self-study of teacher education practice methodology to navigate e-learning course development
Opening Spaces for Teacher Educator Knowledge in a Faculty Development Program on Blended Learning Course Development
Learning from experiences of non-personhood: A self- study of teacher education identities
Triad relationships and member satisfaction with paired placement of student teachers
Taking a closer look at Latino Parents at one Spanish-English two-way immersion charter school
Reasons for Enrollment in a Spanish-English two-way immersion charter school
Food Provisioning Strategies, Food Insecurity and Stress In an Economically Vulnerable Community: The Northern Cheyenne Case
Smile!: emotion management and performance as a strategy for belonging in junior high school