[email protected] Educational Partnerships, a Filipina/o American studies sourcebook series
|Other titles||Filipina/o American studies sourcebook series, Philippine and Filipina/o American history, [email protected] educational partnerships, a Filipina/o American studies sourcebook series|
|Contributions||[email protected] Educational Partnerships|
|LC Classifications||E184.F4 T56 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 359 p. :|
|Number of Pages||359|
|LC Control Number||2008299655|
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out of 5 stars Great Pictorial Book about Filipinos in San Francisco. I'm using this book for my Asian American Studies class at San Francisco State University and it gives a good visual history of what life was like for Filipinos in San Francisco from the early 20th century to today.
out of 5 stars Great book in a great series 5/5(6). This section of the paper was adapted from a lesson plan that is published in Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales, [email protected] Educational Partnerships: A Filipina/o American Studies Sourcebook, Vol. 2 (Santa. According to the PEP Sourcebook our mission statement states, "[email protected] Educational Partnerships (PEP) mission is develop a space where education, art, and service can be fused together to achieve social justice for Filipina/o Americans.
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Following up the critically acclaimed PEP Sourcebook series for high school students, Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales, Maharaj Desai, and [email protected] Educational Partnerships, in collaboration with San Francisco Unified School District teachers, are proud to present the first ever Filipino American language, culture, and history resource for elementary.
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Title: Bringing Human-Centered. Largely due to their colonial past and neocolonial present, Filipinos have been receiving certain messages for generations regarding their heritage and the Western culture, and have been facing constant tensions and struggles between the Filipino and the Western, and the individual and the collective.
This constant push-pull between Filipino and Western cultural values shape and are Cited by: 5. The Romance of Magno Rubio Unit. Lesson Plans on the Filipina/o American Experience in the s and s Dawn Bohulano Mabalon Assistant Professor, History San Francisco State University [email protected] Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales Associate Professor, Asian American Studies San Francisco State University [email protected] Liza Marie S.
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Although largely unknown by the general public, there are million people of Filipino descent in the U.S. (Hoeffel, Rastogi, Kim, & Shahid, ), making this country the most Filipino- populated region in the world outside of the fact, along with many sociocultural (e.g., Christianity and English pro- ficiency), educational (e.g., Americanized schools in the Philip- .