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Instructional Conversations for Equitable Participation

ICEP

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Instructional Conversations for Equitable Participation (ICEP) are small group discussions between teachers and students that include all students, their cultures, everyday experiences, and everyday languages (Jensen et al., 2018; Tharp et al., 2000). Everyday experiences include routines, interests, relationships, perspectives, expertise, values, and traditions. Everyday languages are the languages and ways of interacting that students use at home and in their communities, for example, “Pidgin” and overlapping speech.

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Instructional Conversations for Equitable Participation (ICEP) are small group discussions between teachers and students that include all students, their cultures, everyday experiences, and everyday languages (Jensen et al., 2018; Tharp et al., 2000). Everyday experiences include routines, interests, relationships, perspectives, expertise, values, and traditions. Everyday languages are the languages and ways of interacting that students use at home and in their communities, for example, “Pidgin” and overlapping speech.
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Brigham Young University

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University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa

The Center for Research on Education, Diversity, and Excellence (CREDE) Hawai‘i Project promotes educators’ use of research-based strategies of effective practice for culturally and linguistically diverse students.
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