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cul·tur·al

 (kŭl′chər-əl)
adj.
Of or relating to culture or cultivation.

cul′tur·al·ly adv.
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Adv.1.culturally - with regard to a culture; "culturally integrated"
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Translations

culturally

[ˈkʌltʃərəlɪ] ADV [diverse] → culturalmente, desde el punto de vista cultural
to be culturally aware/sensitiveestar pendiente de/sensibilizado con la cultura
culturally, they have much in common with their neighboursculturalmente hablando, tienen mucho en común con sus vecinos
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culturally

advkulturell
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culturally

[ˈkʌltʃərəlɪ] advculturalmente
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On the whole, then, Anglo-Saxon poetry exhibits the limitations of a culturally early age, but it manifests also a degree of power which gives to Anglo-Saxon literature unquestionable superiority over that of any other European country of the same period.
As our class session drew to a close, we once again posed the survey with the same five statements regarding culturally responsive teaching and anticipated a change in their confidence for promoting and providing a culturally responsive school library.
A culturally sensitive manner of teaching that respects the differences of all who choose to become nurses will improve recruitment and retention of students.
There is no culturally responsive teaching spoken here: A critical race perspective," Democracy & Education, 20(1).
Through review of literature and original, qualitative research, the study examined the relationship between (1) the goals of skill-based education for sustainability and (2) the goals of culturally relevant education.
Cultural matching of foster children with foster parents has shown a number of benefits over culturally mismatched care.
Unfortunately, research on language minorities is scant, perhaps due to the challenges involved in conducting research in other languages (Frayne, Bums, Hardt, Rosen, & Moskowitz, 1996), and the heterogeneity of this population requires researchers to design studies that are not only linguistically, but also culturally appropriate for each specific language group (Li et al., 2001).
This reality has led to the evolution of culturally responsive pedagogy (CRP), also known as "culturally appropriate" (Au & Jordan, 1981), "culturally congruent" (Mohatt & Erickson, 1981), "culturally compatible" (Jordan, 1985), or "culturally relevant" (Ladson-Billings, 1994), which is a form of education that is responsive to individual students' cultures (Ladson-Billings, 1995a).
According to the latest American Community Survey, America's population is more culturally diverse than ever before (U.S.
Further, I was mindful of an impending lecture for one of my classes on culturally responsive research, a topic that I had written about (Ford, Moore, Whiting, & Grantham, 2008) and think about almost daily with graduate students and my fellow professionals in gifted education who conduct research with and on Black and other racially different populations.
Tecson, during the sidelines of the regular flag ceremony at the City Hall grounds yesterday, lamented the viral feedback against the Sindac Anib Performing Ensemble, the group from Bislig, Surigao del Sur that won the Open Category, for the alleged culturally inappropriate action of some of their members.

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