Global Directions in Inclusive Education: Conceptualizations, Practice, and Methodologies for the 21st Century
Global Directions in Inclusive Education pushes the conceptual boundaries of "inclusive education" and explores new ways to research and envision inclusion and diversity in education for all children. This pioneering book problematizes "inclusive education" as a global currency, as another form of deficit-thinking, and as a universal application.
The expert team of international contributors argue that much of the field of inclusive education needs a reinvigoration of new ideas, critical introspection, and ways of knowing that can overcome the well-worn deficit paths of inclusive education study, namely: "barriers" to inclusion, teacher attitudes, policy-practice gaps, lack of resources, and lack of teacher training. Seeking diverse ways forward that represent new visions and innovations from around the world, this text features voices and ideas from both early career and established scholars, to enliven debate and promote a more positive and productive dialogue.
Global Directions in Inclusive Education is ideal for students, researchers, and scholars of inclusive education; development practitioners seeking new ideas; and practitioners seeking to gain a deeper and more global understanding of inclusive education both in theory and in practice.
Schuelka, M., & Carrington, S. (Eds.). (2021). Global Directions in Inclusive Education: Conceptualizations, Practice, and Methodologies for the 21st Century (1st ed., p. 336). Routledge. https://www.routledge.com/Global-Directions-in-Inclusive-Education-Conceptualizations-Practices/Schuelka-Carrington/p/book/9780367550936?utm_source=individuals&utm_medium=shared_link&utm_campaign=B021031_te1_1au_7pp_d741