Cultural Diversity in the Classroom: A European Comparison
Julia Athena Spinthourakis, John Lalor, Wolfgang Berg
Springer Science & Business Media, 2011. szept. 25. - 227 oldal
The so-called nation states have created ethnical minorities. Also due to migration, cultural diversity is the reality. The multicultural society is strongly reproduced in the schools all over Europe. Cultural diversity in the classroom is increasingly recognized as a potential which should not be neglected. The educational system has, above all, to provide all children with equal opportunities. Experts from Finland, the UK, Hungary, Spain, Greece, Cyprus, and other European states, mostly responsible for teacher education, have contributed to this volume with critical, but constructive remarks on the classroom reality in their countries.
This book is valuable reading for academics and practitioners in educational sciences.
Multicultural Education in Hungary1
The Multicultural Class in Greece
Intercultural Education from a Portuguese Perspective
Moroccan Immigrants at a Secondary School in Catalonia
An Irish Perspective
Towards Multicultural Education in Finland
When Teachers Intervention Makes an Immigrant Child More Dependent
Dealing with Multiculturalism in the Spanish Classroom
Multicultural Education in Slovenia
Inclusion without Integration?
The Multicultural Classroom in the UK
Perceptions of the EU and Democratic Values
Citizenship Education in the Multicultural Society of Latvia
Notes on Contributors
Más kiadások - Összes megtekintése
academic activities autonomous Barcelona basic education behaviour bilingual Budapest Catalan Catalonia challenge child citizens citizenship classroom context Council of Europe cultural diversity curriculum discrimination Educación educational policy ethnic minorities Europe European European Union families Finland Finnish Finnish language FNBE foreign Greek Greek language groups Helsinki Hungarian Hungary identity immigrant children immigrant pupils immigrant students institutions integration interactions intercultural education Irish Italian Latvian learning linguistic London Metropolitan University Madrid migration background Ministry of Education Moroccan mother tongue multicultural education multicultural society multilingual Muslim needs Online Opetushallitus over-help parents participation pedagogy perception of multicultural political population Portugal Portuguese practices primary school problems promote racism relations religion religious role Roma Romani Romani language Russian s/he Sámi second language secondary school situation Slovenia social strategies teaching Turkish Turkish preservice teachers University upper secondary education Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften Wiesbaden GmbH 2011