- Rodney S. Wallace Professor for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning
- Associate Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction
- College of Education and Human Development
Bic Ngo, Ph.D., explores the understandings and influences of culture and “difference” on immigrant students’ education, and the implications for how we theorize identity, culturally relevant pedagogy and anti-oppressive education. She has worked extensively with Hmong American and Lao American students, families and communities in the Twin Cities area. By looking at how culture and cultural difference play out in the practices of schools, teachers and students, she seeks to reveal the complexities of urban education and the implications for teaching immigrant students.
Articles by Bic Ngo, Ph.D.
It’s important to understand Hmong culture to make education culturally relevant. Immigrant and second-generation Americans experience our educational system differently than other students. To create curricula that truly address the […]