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Teaching and Learning in Diverse and Inclusive Classrooms

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Introduction Felicity Armstrong and Gill Richards 1. Inclusive Education: school cultures, teaching and learning Felicity Armstrong 2. Half a Million Unseen, Half a Million Unheard: Inclusion for gender identity and sexual identity Marjorie Smith 3. What we know about bullying Neil Duncan 4. Supporting Gypsy, Roma and Traveller pupils Chris Derrington 5. The influence of gender in the classroom: How boys and girls learn Steve Bartlett and Diana Burton 6. Not in my image - Personalisation and Ethnic Diversity in the classroom Raphael Richards 7. Invisibility and Otherness: asylum-seeking and refugee students in the classroom Mano Candappa 8. I feel confident about teaching but `SEN' scares me. Moving from anxiety to confidence Gill Richards 9. Inclusive education and gifted and talented provision Roger Moltzen 10. Challenging students, challenging settings Jackie Scruton 11. Teachers Working with Teaching Assistants Vikki Anderson 12. Including parents with disabled children Michele Moore 13. Working with the `experts': working in partnership with other education professionals Alison Patterson 14. Disability, human rights and inclusive education, and why inclusive education is the only educational philosophy and practice that makes sense in today's world Richard Rieser

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Gill Richards is Director of Professional Development at the School of Education, Nottingham Trent University. She teaches on the MA in Inclusive Education at NTU and delivers the new National Award for SEN Co-ordination and CPD courses for teachers, in partnership with Nottinghamshire Local Authority. Felicity Armstrong is Professor of Education at The Institute of Education, University of London. She is course leader for the MA in Inclusive Education and leader of the Inclusive Education Special Interest Group.


"[This book] provides a wealth of information and, as such, I believe it would be a very useful resource for all those attempting to develop an inclusive classroom, whether they are new teachers, experienced teachers or teaching assistants." - Jenny Campbell, Clandeboye Primary School, Bangor

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