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Title Social justice re-examined : dilemmas and solutions for the classroom teacher / edited by Rowena Arshad, Terry Wrigley and Lynne Pratt
Published Stoke-on-Trent : Trentham, 2012

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Description xiv, 221 pages ; 24 cm
Contents Contents note continued: ch. 10 Rethinking poverty and social class: the teacher's response / Terry Wrigley -- ch. 11 ̀Not much I can do - he's got ADHD' / Gwynedd Lloyd -- ch. 12 Gypsies, Roma, Travellers: teachers making a difference / Tess Watson -- ch. 13 The twenty-first century teacher needs to engage with race and racism / Rowena Arshad
Machine generated contents note: Section 1 Social justice: what has it got to do with me? -- ch. 1 Shaping practice: the impact of personal values and experiences / Rowena Arshad -- ch. 2 Individual teachers making a difference in the classroom and the school / Laura Mitchell -- ch. 3 Learning about concepts, terminology and theories: from ambiguity to clarity / Akwugo Emejulu -- ch. 4 Resolving dilemmas and improving practice in the early career of teaching / Helen Knowles -- Section 2 Learning from school and classroom situations -- ch. 5 Using critical literacy to ̀do' gender / Yvonne Foley -- ch. 6 ̀I'm not homophobic but I find this area difficult' / Shereen Benjamin -- ch. 7 Inclusive practices for pupils with English as an additional language / Andy Hancock -- ch. 8 Challenging Islamophobia: a whole-school approach / Paul Vernell -- ch. 9 Religion and belief: dilemmas and possibilities / Ann MacDonald --
Summary Teachers want to do their best for every child, but worry about causing offence and often shy away from troublesome issues. The classroom situations and strategies presented here will help teachers negotiate their way through complex situations and bring about constructive change. This book clarifies concepts and value differences and the subtle ways in which inequality often works. Theoretical as well as practical, these chapters look from inside out - from the perspective of the teacher. They cover a wide range of issues: race, gender, poverty and class, sexuality, religion, English as an Additional Language, Islamophobia, Traveller children and ADHD. The book is essential reading for student teachers, early career teachers and teacher educators, but will also be invaluable for experienced teachers as they navigate their work in an increasingly diverse society
Notes Formerly CIP. Uk
Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Subject Social justice -- Study and teaching -- Great Britain.
Author Arshad, Rowena.
Pratt, Lynne.
Wrigley, Terry.
LC no. 2012454433
ISBN 1858565073 (paperback)
9781858565071 (paperback)