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'This book is very useful; the activities are thought-provoking and developmental throughout, and the examples are very helpful. I think it is timely, and it fills a niche' - Janet Kay, Principal Lecturer, Sheffield Hallam University
A very useful book for students studying on the Foundation Degree in Early Years. The book is well written and covers some of the relevant module assessment criteria.
Diversity and inclusion
Excellent text - highly recommended for specific courses as well as broad overview for anyone working with children.
This case studies will be useful to use within seminar sessions with Early Years students as an aid to reflective on practice
Useful tool for the Equality and Diversity module
Useful for the equality and diversity module and very interesting perspectives discussed regarding culture and expectations
An inspiring and interesting book, includes lots of exercises to support development and discussion. A great resource.
This text provides the reader with a thought provoking journey throught the current issues in cultural diversity. The interactive exercises provide readers with an opportunity to explore their own concepts of culture,in order to become culturally competent in practice.
Good support book for lecturers/tutors, with usable activities to help students think more deeply as to what cultural diversity involves.
Case studies support discussions and help students to reflect on practice and how they look at cultural diversity within practice. Supportive contexts around culture, multi-culturalism and inter-cultrual competence and how these principles can be used in practice.
Diversity and culture are explored in depth. Case studies allow students to reflect on their practice in the setting.
A refreshing perspective from this book - user friendly - a very useful text both for teaching and for student use.
Great book, essential for all early years professionals
This is an excellent book that outlines the nature of culture, inclusion and multiculturalism. It also offers some exercises that allow students to rethink their practice in EY sector.
I found this book to be very useful. Clear and easy to read and activities useful.
well presented book .
This book is an easy read and provides essential information that our students can easily dip in and out of.
It covers a broad range of issues and theory which is easily understood and thought provoking.
For the BA Education course
Taking the discussion about cultural diversity beyond the usual topics of anti-racism and inclusion but without overlooking these issues, this book considers current debates around the alleged failure of multiculturalism, and encourages practitioners to utilise their own cultural backgrounds and experiences as a way of developing their teaching.
A really good look at cultural diversity with some thought provoking topics - will be good to promoted discussion within lectures. Particularly liked the chapter entitled "the idea of intercultural competence"
A book that is very useful in teaching this subject. it is set out clealry and has some useful exercises to support learning. I will be recommending this to the learning centre and the students.
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