Diversity, Inclusion and Engagement 3e focuses on positive inclusion and will prepare pre-service teachers to work in diverse classrooms, in which they can help all students succeed. It focuses on encouraging pre-service teachers to develop strategies to engage students of all backgrounds, needs and abilities in a diverse classroom.
Diversity, Inclusion and Engagement presents a clear, socially oriented approach to understanding and developing inclusion in education. It focuses on encouraging pre-service teachers to develop strategies to engage students of all backgrounds, needs and abilities in a diverse classroom. It conveys positive dimensions to promoting the implementation of inclusive education policy in practice, while at the same time focusing on those areas that we know are currently providing challenges for many teachers in engaging students in inclusive learning environments. This third edition responds to constant change in schools, the national curriculum implementation, national and international developments and heightened expectations of teachers by the public and employers. It includes some new chapters, notably one examining the needs of students facing challenges to their mental health and wellbeing. In addition, there is greater focus within most chapters on key issues, including early intervention, the use of technology, and assessment practices. There are also some new headings to help the instructors and students focus on classroom practice and facilitate individual and group learning. With extensive learning features that blend theoretical issues and context with practical skills, Diversity, Inclusion and Engagement provides pre-service teachers with the knowledge and understanding to manage classroom challenges and develop inclusive learning environments.
Mervyn Hyde Emeritus Professor of Education, Griffith University and Professor of Education, Faculty of Science, Education, Health and Engineering, University of the Sunshine Coast Lorelei Carpenter Adjunct Senior Lecturer, School of Education and Professional Studies, Griffith University Shelley Dole Professor and Head of School, School of Education, University of the Sunshine Coast
Part 1: Setting the SceneUnderstanding Diversity, Inclusion and Engagement Mervyn HydeAustralian Schools, Policy and Legislation in Perspective Robert ConwayPart 2: Embracing DiversityLinguistic and Cultural Diversity Michele de Courcy, Amy FarndaleIndigenous Perspectives and Cultural Identity Clair Andersen, Maggie WalterGender, Inclusivity and Engagement Michael Nagel, Laura ScholesPart 3: Supporting Diverse Learning Needs in the ClassroomStudents with Literacy Difficulties Gary WoolleyAssisting Children with Learning Difficulties in Mathematics Shelley DoleBehavioral engagement in the inclusive classroom Roberta Thompson, Lorelei CarpenterMeeting Complex Communication Needs in the Classroom Julie McMillan, Parimala RaghavendraSupporting Students with Intellectual Disabilities Kathleen TaitUnderstanding Vision Impairment Carolyn PalmerUnderstanding Hearing Impairment Mervyn HydeSupporting Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder Lorelei CarpenterSupporting Diverse Gifted Students Jane M. JarvisUnderstanding Physical Impairment in Young Children Kathleen TaitSupporting Mental Health and Wellbeing: Promotion, Prevention and Intervention Julie M. McMillan, Jane M. JarvisPart 4: Creating Diverse and Inclusive SchoolsCreating Inclusive Schools Mervyn HydeAccommodating Transitions across the Years Robert ConwayInclusive Education: Ways to the FutureMervyn Hyde, Lorelei Carpenter, Shelley Dole
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