The Ecology of Inclusive Education : Strategies to Tackle the Crisis in Educating Diverse Learners

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Educators today face two major challenges. The first, is to develop an education system which meets the needs of an ever more diverse student population. The second, is to successfully implement such a system. This requires nothing less than a revolutionary transformation of current approaches taken to education. Drawing on research-based evidence and offering over 70 concrete strategies to help educators respond to these challenges, this unique book provides a blueprint for an education system which will recognize the rights of all students, while engendering social cohesion and an equitable society. Broadening the scope of inclusive education, the author presents an ecological model - a system which places children at its centre and acknowledges the impacts of school, community, bureaucracy and society, to maximize opportunities for learning, and see students achieve the same levels of attainment, regardless of their gender, socio-economic status, ethnicity, religious beliefs or disability. A timely book which addresses the concerns of teachers and educators around the globe, The Ecology of Inclusive Education will give its readers the knowledge and confidence they require to meet the needs of each and every learner.
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Author: David Mitchell

Format: Hardback |1138087475pages

Dimensions:156 x 234 x 7.87mm | 295g

Publication Date: 43200

Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd

Language: English

ISBN 10: 1138087475

ISBN 13: 9781138087477