ABSTRACT

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.

chapter Chapter One|35 pages

Recognition of Need

ByMaurice Craft

chapter Chapter Two|19 pages

Aims and Objectives

ByJohn Rex

chapter |2 pages

Discussion

Edited ByMaurice Craft

chapter Chapter Three|20 pages

The Research Context

BySally Tomlinson

chapter |2 pages

Discussion

Edited ByMaurice Craft

chapter Chapter Four|12 pages

Present Provision in Initial Training

ByDerek Cherrington, Ray Giles

chapter |1 pages

Discussion

Edited ByMaurice Craft

chapter Chapter Five|19 pages

Present Provision in In-Service Training

ByJohn Eggleston

chapter |2 pages

Discussion

Edited ByMaurice Craft

chapter Chapter Six|21 pages

Views from Teacher Education

Edited ByMaurice Craft

chapter |11 pages

A Multicultural Perspective on Initial Training

ByAlan James

chapter |7 pages

A Multicultural Course for Experienced Teachers

ByTuku Mukherjee

chapter |2 pages

Discussion

Edited ByMaurice Craft

chapter Chapter Seven|21 pages

Perceptions of Need By Teachers

Edited ByMaurice Craft

chapter |5 pages

Multicultural Teaching and the Primary School

ByJeff White

chapter |8 pages

Multicultural Teaching and the Secondary School

ByHarry Tomlinson

chapter |5 pages

Multicultural Teaching and Further Education

ByJohn Gaffikin

chapter |2 pages

Discussion

Edited ByMaurice Craft

chapter Chapter Eight|10 pages

An Lea Viewpoint

ByReg Hartles

chapter |3 pages

Discussion

Edited ByMaurice Craft

chapter Chapter Nine|14 pages

An HMI Perspective

ByIvor Ambrose

chapter |4 pages

Discussion

Edited ByMaurice Craft

chapter Chapter Ten|7 pages

Overview

ByMaurice Craft