Learning from Difference Comparative Accounts of Multicultural Education Ebook

Format : PDF file
0 out of 5

This book analyses the experiences of multicultural education in nine very different international settings uncovering insights from a vast variety of educational contexts Taking a multi-critical approach in reporting and discussing problems faced by increasingly multicultural and multilingual societies the nine case studies reflect radically different assumptions about what counts as difference and what should be the appropriate ways for education systems to respond to differences While each countrys approach seems unique analysis of the divergent treatments of internal population diversity elicits a genuinely global instance of the increasingly shared phenomenon of cultural pluralism Discussing various successes and failures of policy enactment theory pedagogy and management of diversity the book isolates both the differences and similarities in the unique geopolitical and socio-historical contexts of the countries investigated A key value of the book is that it greatly expands the range of settings experiences epistemologies ontologies and practical experiences that are typically encountered in mainstream discussion of what counts as multicultural education In effect all societies are in some way dealing with difference this volume helps widen the scope of reflection and thus facilitates increased global learning from differenceLearning from Difference Comparative Accounts of Multicultural Education EbookBy Joseph Lo Bianco Publisher Springer Print ISBN 9783319268798 3319268791 eText ISBN 9783319268804 3319268805 Copyright year 2016 Format PDF Available from 13900 USD SKU 9783319268804

$19.99

Add to Wishlist
Add to Wishlist
ISBN-13

9783319268798

This book analyses the experiences of multicultural education in nine very different international settings uncovering insights from a vast variety of educational contexts Taking a multi-critical approach in reporting and discussing problems faced by increasingly multicultural and multilingual societies the nine case studies reflect radically different assumptions about what counts as difference and what should be the appropriate ways for education systems to respond to differences While each countrys approach seems unique analysis of the divergent treatments of internal population diversity elicits a genuinely global instance of the increasingly shared phenomenon of cultural pluralism Discussing various successes and failures of policy enactment theory pedagogy and management of diversity the book isolates both the differences and similarities in the unique geopolitical and socio-historical contexts of the countries investigated A key value of the book is that it greatly expands the range of settings experiences epistemologies ontologies and practical experiences that are typically encountered in mainstream discussion of what counts as multicultural education In effect all societies are in some way dealing with difference this volume helps widen the scope of reflection and thus facilitates increased global learning from differenceLearning from Difference Comparative Accounts of Multicultural Education EbookBy Joseph Lo Bianco Publisher Springer Print ISBN 9783319268798 3319268791 eText ISBN 9783319268804 3319268805 Copyright year 2016 Format PDF Available from 13900 USD SKU 9783319268804