Dr. Jacqueline Zaleski Mackenzie
BOOKS AND MEDIA
Empowering Spanish Speakers - Answers for Educators, Businesspeople, or Friends of Mexicans
Sociocultural Influences: Evaluations of Indigenous Children for Special Needs in Rural Central Mexico
Sociocultural influences: Evaluations of indigenous children for special needs in rural Central Mexico
This study examined indigenous infants, children, and youth in rural central Mexico for developmental delays by using a mixed methods approach. A two-person team consisting of a researcher and a translator completed this study. They conducted observations of 665 minors and interviews with their caregivers. A self-designed rubric was the guide to evaluate children using standards previously researched, developed and tested during the researcher's employment as director of a bilingual school in the United States (USA). This tool was used to evaluate the children, ninety-five percent of which were of Mexican heritage. The tool was modified to meet the needs of indigenous participants within this study in Central Mexico....................
Sales proceeds used to fund literacy and other empowerment programs, and build rural libraries.
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