1st Edition

Multicultural Educ - Arora

By Arora Copyright 1987

    First published in 1987. Multicultural Education is designed to emphasise models of good practice tried and tested by teachers in multicultural schools throughout Britain. It describes both the issues of multicultural education and the practical approaches for teachers working in the classroom. The contributors, all experienced in the field, illustrate the ways in which teachers are responding positively to the changing educational needs of multicultural, multiracial and multilingual schools in Britain. The emphasis throughout is on 'starting where the pupils are' and building on what they bring to the classroom.

    Chapter 1 Editorial, Arora Ranjit, Carlton Duncan; Chapter 2 Strategies for change, Gerry Davis; Chapter 3 Black response to white definitions, Tuku Mukherjee; Chapter 4 Developing a multicultural approach to the curriculum:, Carlton Duncan; Chapter 5 Towards a multicultural curriculum – primary, Arora Duncan; Chapter 6 Towards a multicultural curriculum – secondary, Carlton Duncan; Chapter 7 Approaches to multicultural curriculum – humanities, Sylvia Collicott; Chapter 8 Arts education as an element of multicultural education, Horace Lashley; Chapter 9 A second language or language for learning, Ranjit Arora; Chapter 10 Multicultural approach to mathematics, Derek Dyson; Chapter 11 Science education for a multicultural society, Sue Watts; Chapter 12 Resources for multicultural education (Where to find them and how to choose them), Gillian Klein; Chapter 13 Initial teacher training, Ranjit Arora; Chapter 14 In-service mis-education, Dave Dunn; Chapter 15 The multicultural community and the school, Carlton Duncan; Chapter 16 Pastoral care and guidance in the multicultural school, Carlton Duncan;


    Ranjit Arora, Carlton Duncan