Richard K. Gordon, Ph.D.
Title: Professor Emeritus
Department: Teacher Education
Areas of Expertise
African-American Issues, Education, Education Reform, Minority Issues, Multiculturalism, Race, Race Relations, Social Justice, Urban Studies.
Dr. Gordon has been an educator for 38 years, including 10 years as an elementary school teacher and 28 years as a faculty member in Teacher Education at CSUDH. His expertise is in multicultural education, effective instructional models, particularly the Dowa and Minzokugakkyu models used in Japan, urban school reform and pre-service teacher preparation. He recently contributed to the textbook Rethinking Field Experiences in Preservice Teacher Preparation (Routledge, 2015).
Ph.D. in Educational Philosophy and Psychology, University of California, Los Angeles
M.A.T., Antioch University
B.A., Cheyney State University
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Japan, Nigeria, Peru, Austria, France, Saba, Philippines
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