Foreword. Colette Ingraham. Acknowledgements. Introduction:
Consultation with Diversity in Mind. Antoinette Halsell Miranda.
Part I. The Cultural Context of Schools. Chapter 1: Consulting with
a Social Justice Mindset.Antoinette Halsell Miranda and Kisha M.
Radliff. Chapter 2: Engaging in Culturally Responsive Consultation
Practices. Emilia C. Lopez and Jennifer Kong. Part II. Consultation
with Teachers Who Present Barriers. Chapter 3: What to do when a
Consultee Views Students as "The Problem". Erin M. McClure. Chapter
4: Working Against the School to Prison Pipeline: Lessons from a
Novice Consultant. Amy Bremer. Chapter 5: Conceptualizing Problems
by Focusing Cultural Context, Bias, and Generalization. Maggie
Beard. Part III. Consultation within the Cultural Context of
Poverty, Race, and School. Chapter 6: The Problem Associated with
Viewing Students through a Deficit Lens. Naima Shirdon. Chapter 7:
Improving Self-Esteem and Reducing Female Relational Aggression in
Urban Classrooms. Lauren Wargelin and McKenzie Mallen. Chapter 8:
Identifying, Understanding, and Navigating the Unalterables in a
Consultation Case to Affect Change. Nicole M. Brown. Part IV.
Culturally Competent Consultation Practice Leads to Success.
Chapter 9: The Culturally Confident Consultee: Successful
Multicultural School Consultation. Carly Tindall. Chapter 10:
Cultural Understanding and Communication: Keys to Successful
Multicultural School Consultation. Abigail Baillie. Chapter 11: A
Tale of Two Teachers: How Collaboration Sparks Success in
Consultation. Kristen N. Heering. Chapter12: Summary/Conclusion.
Antoinette Halsell Miranda. List of Contributors.
Antoinette Halsell Miranda is Associate Professor of School Psychology at The Ohio State University.