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Social Justice Re-Examined
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Foreword Ian Menter, University of Oxford Section 1 - social justice: what has it got to do with me? Chapter 1 Shaping Practice: the impact of personal values and experiences Rowena Arshad Chapter 2 Individual teachers making a difference in the classroom and the school Laura Mitchell Chapter 3 Learning about concepts, terminology and theories: from ambiguity to clarity Shereen Benjamin and Akwugo Emejulu Chapter 4 Resolving dilemas and improving practice in the early career of teaching Helen Knowles Section 2 - Learning from school and classroom situations Chapter 5 Using critical literacy to 'do' gender Lynne Pratt and Yvonne foley Chapter 6 'I'm not homophobic but I find this area difficult' Shereen Benjamin Chapter 7 Inclusive practices for pupils with English as an additional language Andy Hancock Chapter 8 Challenging Islamophobia: a whole-school approach Paul Vernell Chapter 9 Religion and belief: dilemmas and possibilities Ann MacDonald Chapter 10 Rethinking poverty and social class: the teacher's response Terry Wrigley Chapter 11 'Not much I can do - he's got ADHD' Gwynedd Lloyd Chapter 12 Gypsies, Roma, Travellers: teachers making a difference Gillean McCluskey and Tess Watson Chapter 13 The twenty-first century teacher needs to engage with race and racism Rowena Arshad Some final thoughts Terry Wrigley, Rowena Arshad, Lynne Pratt

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This rich collection will help to empower new and experienced teachers in moving towards a socially just future and holding onto a sense of joy in teaching. -- Professor Meg Maguire King's College London

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Rowena Arshad is Head of the Institute for Education, Community and Society at Moray House, University of Edinburgh, where Lynne Pratt is Programme Director PGDE Secondary and Lecturer in Language Studies. Terry Wrigley is Visiting Professor at Leeds Metropolitan University.

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"This rich collection will help to empower new and experienced teachers in moving towards a socially just future and holding onto a sense of joy in teaching."--Professor Meg Maguire
"An accessible and inspiring book linking practice and theory. It exposes the mechanisms of unequal power and offers ways we can challenge them."--Alex Bridge, student teacher

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