Originally published in 1981. This book authoritatively and comprehensively documents the extent of the response to the changing responsibilities of initial and in-service teacher education in a multicultural society. It look at provisions and perceptions of need and indicates future avenues of development. The papers were presented at a national seminar held at Nottingham University in April 1981.
1. Recognition of Need Maurice Craft 2. Aims and Objectives John Rex 3.The Research Context Sally Tomlinson 4.Present Provision in Initial Training Derek Cherrington and Ray Giles 5. Present Provision in in-Service Training John Eggleston 6.Views from Teacher Education Alan James and Tuku Mukherjee 7.Perceptions of Need by Teachers Jeff White, Harry Tomlinson and John Gaffikin 8.An LEA Viewpoint Reg Hartles 9.An HMI Perspective Ivor Ambrose 10.Overview Maurice Craft
Reissuing works originally published between 1976 and 1997, this collection draws together research and practical guidance on schooling in a multicultural environment. Some of the books explore the issues of education for immigrants; others offer case study insights of the experience of bilingual and ethnic minority pupils; others present solutions for teaching in multiracial schools and for children’s multicultural understanding. This is an excellent resource for teachers and those studying education.