This intelligent collection of case studies tells the stories of individuals coping with diversity in our schools today. The book focuses on real situations that challenge practitioners daily, such as culture and religion and English as an additional language. Each contributed chapter leads to points for discussion - either with the class, with colleagues or for reflecting on your own practice - plus practical suggestions for improving classroom life for all. This topical book is suitable for all practitioners working with children and families such as teachers, teaching assistants and educational psychologists, as well as students and policy makers in the fields of health, social care and education.I laboriously write the aims and objectives for the first lesson on the board, spelling out the National Curriculum (NC) ... getting out studentsa#39; work folders and laying out pre-prepared samples for demonstration of the design task ahead. ... Lesson plans and schemes of work for all the daya#39;s lessons were studied last night and again over breakfast so that my mind was fully prepared for the long day ahead.
|Title||:||Meeting the Needs of Students with Diverse Backgrounds|
|Publisher||:||Bloomsbury Publishing - 2010-07-01|