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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Teaching
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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Teaching



November 2024 | 192 pages | Learning Matters
It has never been more important for trainee teachers to understand diversity, equity and inclusion from a teaching perspective.
This text provides an up-to-date, grounded, and full understanding of the injustices and inequalities that impact our classrooms. It challenges trainees to rethink their own assumptions and biases and to take time to explore how schools and teachers can be active agents of positive change. It empowers new teachers to be confident in their allyship of marginalised groups and disadvantaged children. Through practical advice and support, this book enables teachers to bring diversity, equity and inclusion into the classroom.
 
Introduction
 
Chapter 1 - Racism
 
Chapter 2 - Economic Injustice
 
Chapter 3 - Sexism and gender discrimination
 
Chapter 4 - Ableism and Neuronormativity
 
Chapter 5 - Exclusion
 
Chapter 6 - Identity
 
Chapter 7 - Global challenges and Environmental Deprivation
 
Chapter 8 - Discrimination
 
Conclusion

Kulwinder Maude

Kulwinder Maude is Assistant Professor (Teaching) at Durham University. She is the Curriculum and Student Experience Lead for PGCE ITE programmes. She has over 24 years’ experience working in different sectors of education, including extensive experience of teaching and learning in primary schools (England and India) as well as in UK higher education More About Author

Lucy Davies

Lucy M Davies is Assistant Professor in Humanities in Primary Education in the School of Education at Durham University having been a primary school teacher in the Northeast of England. She is the Programme Director for the PGCE Primary course and teaches undergraduate and postgraduate education courses. Her research interests are in diversity, equity and inclusion in the classroom and student engagement in learning as well as creative thinking. More About Author

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