Curricula for Diversity in Education - Tony Booth, Will Swann, Mary Masterton & Patricia PottsRoutledgeFalmer, 2002, Paperback.
Condition: Very Good. Upper wrapper slighty curled. Text complete, clean and tight.
Number 1 in the series. Jacket illustration: Midsummer Common by Dorothy Bordass.
From the cover: “How can schools provide an appropriate education for the diversity of their pupils? They can start by recognising and accepting difference in their students and by providing curricula that are accessible to all. This volume portrays attempts to alleviate difficulties in learning across the curriculum, and explores ways of supporting children with disabilities. It examines changes in approaches to reducing difficulties in learning and looks at the experience of children and young people under pressure: children who are bullied; young people affected by HIV and AIDS; youth ‘trainees’ and children in ‘care’. There is a final section on basic methods of research into educational practice.”