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Aiming High

Author : Marie Parker-Jenkins
ISBN : 9781848607538
Genre : Education
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What can schools do to raise the academic attainment of every pupil? Helping you to ensure that every pupil fulfils their potential, this book draws on the authors' research and practical experience to demonstrate what can be done to raise attainment, especially in pupils from culturally diverse backgrounds. This book contains tried-and-tested strategies for: - inducting asylum seekers - supporting bilingual learners - working with gypsy and traveller children - raising the attainment of black boys - working with parents and the local community Highly practical, this book contains lesson activities, suggestions for improving your teaching skills, case studies and activities for professional reflection. All teachers, teaching assistants and teacher trainers, especially those working in culturally diverse classrooms, will want to read this book.

It S Not Just About Black And White Miss

Author : Sally Elton-Chalcraft
ISBN : 1858564379
Genre : Education
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Speaking openly about their ideas on race, these nine and ten year-olds show they have internalised the prevailing western mindset - whatever their own ethnicity. And this mindset is racist. Research has long been needed into what children themselves think about cultural diversity and about efforts to counter racism in their schools. Here is the empirical, child-centred research that tells educators what they need to know. It was conducted with a sample of Year 5 pupils in two predominantly white and two diverse schools, all of whom were themselves involved in the research process. The book is suffused with their vibrant, profound and original voices and their often surprising ideas.The children's views are accompanied by the researcher's sociologically informed close observation of school life and the views and practice of the teachers, and the book concludes with the important implications she identifies for policy and practice in schools."It's not Just about Black and White, Miss" is an enlightening and enjoyable read for primary teachers and trainees and offers important new grounded information for policy makers and school managers.

The Education Of Gypsy And Traveller Children

Author : Christine O'Hanlon
ISBN : 1858562694
Genre : Education
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This text is for teachers who teach or plan to teach traveller children. It sets out what teachers, traveller advisors and other professionals need to know about traveller culture, values, lifestyle, economic experience and learning, and relates this information to the educational issues arising from travellers' learning requirements. The authors use their experience and research to deepen teachers' understanding of the traveller child as a new or late learner rather than as a failed learner. They explain a variety of approaches and perspectives on travellers and schools and help teachers to reconstruct the curriculum appropriately. The relevant legislation is clarified and analysed, and there is guidance on providing equal educational opportunity to traveller children in light of the discrimination and hostility they face. Case studies are provided.

Working With Parents

Author : Monica Shah
ISBN : 0435800574
Genre : Education
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In this work, the author shares her experience of managing relationships between school and parents, with the aim of showing teachers and school managers how to overcome obstacles and create effective communication between parents and schools.

Partnership In The Primary School

Author : Jean Mills
ISBN : 9780203136584
Genre : Education
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Working in 'partnership' in primary schools is an approach that is transforming the classrooms of the 1990s. It is now widely acknowledged that a collaborative approach can significantly improve the effectiveness of teaching. This book provides a practical, readable account of partnerships in educational settings including: * collaborating in nurseries and primary schools * reading and literacy partnerships * working with special needs assistants * supporting students in training * home-school links * liaising with an OFSTED inspector. The focus is placed on key principles of collaboration as well as specialist roles. Personal testimonies and case studies are used to illustrate the various aspects of teamwork.

The Achievement Of Black Caribbean Pupils

Author : Feyisa Demie
ISBN : 1910428167
Genre : Blacks
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Special Educational Needs Inclusion And Diversity

Author : Norah Frederickson
ISBN : 9780335239511
Genre : Education
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Special Educational Needs, Inclusion and Diversity is the definitive handbook for student teachers, newly qualified teachers, trainee educational psychologists, SENCO's and SEN Specialist Teachers.

Young Bilingual Learners At Home And School

Author : Rose Drury
ISBN : 1858563550
Genre : Education
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Official documents on early education tend to gloss over the experience of children who are learning English as an additional language in generalized terms. Because their learning situation is not well understood, bilingual children may be given few opportunities to display their abilities at school. Based on the author's ethnographic study, this book examines the experiences of three four-year-old bilingual children as they begin school in three English nursery classes. It thus provides insights into young children's use of first languages as well as English and consequently provides a fuller and richer picture of bilingual children's learning. The book reveals some of the ways in which young bilingual children experience preschool as they begin to learn the language required for formal schooling. It demonstrates how they take control of their own learning at home. And it asks questions: How do Samia, Maria, and Nazma find their own way through preschool? What are their individual strategies for getting by and, beyond that, for learning during their first year of formal schooling? How do they syncretize home and school learning? The detailed picture that emerges will fill in the detail missing from the current over-generalized view of bilingual children in the early years and provide an important new perspective to a growing body of literature on young bilingual children. It will be essential reading for all teachers, early childhood practitioners and early years policymakers operating in multilingual environments.

School Approaches To The Education Of Eal Students

Author : Claudia Schneider
ISBN : 0992889405
Genre : Education
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Black Caribbean Underachievement In Schools In England

Author : Feyisa Demie
ISBN : 1910428183
Genre : Academic achievement
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