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Beyond pedagogies of exclusion in diverse childhood contexts : transnational challenges

Publication Type:



Critical cultural studies of childhood, Palgrave Macmillan, Volume 1st, New York, p.268 (2009)

Call Number:

Cubb LC213 .B49 2009


Children of minorities--Education--Cross-cultural studies, Discrimination in education--Cross-cultural studies, Educational equalization--Cross-cultural studies, Marginality, Social--Cross-cultural studies


Contents: Learner differences: determining the terms of pedagogical engagement / Mary Kalantzis and Bill Cope -- Language as racism : a new policy of exclusion / Panayota Gounari and Donaldo Macedo -- Policies as top-down structures versus lived realities : an investigation of literacy policies in Greek schools / Triantafillia Kostouli and Soula Mitakidou -- Pedagogies of inclusion : lessons from Escola Cidadã / Gustavo E. Fischman and Luis Armando Gandin -- Persistent exclusions in postapartheid education : experiences of black parents / Bekisizwe S. Ndimande -- The curriculum and politics of inclusion and exclusion / Wayne W. Au and Michael W. Apple -- Starting with what the children and their families know : an Argentine elementary school addresses issues of underperformance of Bolivian immigrant children / Mary Q. Foote and Mónica Mazzolo -- Teaching against threats to democracy : inclusive pedagogies in democratic education / Diana E. Hess and Shannon Murto Wright -- Pedagogies of inclusion in teacher education : global perspectives / Christine E. Sleeter -- Toward a "critical emancipatory mezcla praxis" : Xicana participatory action research in teacher education / Lourdes Diaz Soto -- Equity issues in early childhood teacher learning in Australia / Glenda Mac Naughton -- How the politics of domestication sabotage teachers' professional growth and students' learning / Alberto J. Rodriguez -- Rethinking American education through indigenous wisdom and teachings / Kathryn D. Manuelito and Maxine Roanhorse-Dineyahze -- Reframing refugee education in Kenya as an inclusionary practice of pedagogy / Wangari Pauline Gichiru and Douglas B. Larkin -- Epilogue / Carl A. Grant.