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Title: Responding to student diversity : teacher's handbook
Authors: Bartolo, Paul A.
Janik, Ivan
Janikova, Vera
Hofsass, Thomas
Koinzer, Petra
Vilkiene, Vida
Calleja, Colin
Cefai, Carmel
Chetcuti, Deborah A.
Ale, Peter
Lous, Annemieke Mol
Wetso, Gun Marie
Humphrey, Neil
Authors: Socrates Comenius 2.1 Project
Keywords: Teachers -- Training of
Diversity in education
Inclusive education
Multicultural education
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: University of Malta. Faculty of Education
Citation: Bartolo, P. A., Janik, I., Janikova, V., Hofsäss, T., Koinzer, P., Vilkiene, V., ... & Humphrey, N. (2007). Responding to student diversity teacher´ s handbook. Malta: University of Malta. Faculty of Education
Abstract: The motivation for this handbook arose first of all from a concern for social justice in education. A group of teacher educators felt that the increase in the use of standardised educational achievement measures was leading to the devaluing of substantial numbers of students who are labelled failures and pushed out of the education and social system. We felt that it is we ourselves, as teacher educators and teachers who are in schools and classrooms who in fact are being challenged in our responsibilities towards students.
ISBN: 9789993250128
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