Inclusion and Diversity: Communities and Practices Across the World
General non-fiction, Disabilities, Psychology
Synthetic audio, Automated braille
This volume presents a comprehensive overview of inclusion and diversity in education across the globe. It examines how more inclusive education systems can be built and covers areas and topics such as disability studies, sexual minorities, and indigenous communities, marginalized… communities among others. The book presents perspectives of experienced and cutting-edge researchers on inclusive practices that facilitates participation, equity, and access from across countries such as India, the USA, Australia, the UK, Canada, South Africa, Japan, Pakistan, Rome, Hungary, Sweden, and others. It discusses how spoken language, race, gender, and religion contribute to inclusion and marginalization. The volume also explores ideas on how schools and educational systems can respond to diversity-related issues, and the lessons learned about how to improve capacities for further inclusion. Additionally, it provides a holistic understanding of the classroom practices and interventions adopted to handle the problems of students with diverse needs. The book volume facilitates understanding of the broader spectrum of various diversities existing in our society and also the strategic pathways for their inclusion. This incisive and comprehensive volume will be of interest to students, teachers, and researchers of education, inclusion and diversity, equity and access, disability studies, educational psychology, social work, sociology, and anthropology. It will also be useful for teacher training course, and anyone who is associated with or working in the field of diversity and inclusion.