Springer Schooling in Disadvantaged Communities Book
Supplies and Accessories
Springer "Schooling in Disadvantaged Communities" Philosophy book presents a different view on what it means to 'play the game' of schooling and is written by Carmen Mills/Trevor Gale.
Springer "Schooling in Disadvantaged Communities" Philosophy book explains about teachers/parents role in opening opportunities to enhance learning for marginalized students. Book describes the work of Bourdieu's approach to research.
Title: Schooling in Disadvantaged Communities: Playing the Game from the Back of the Field
Subject: Philosophy & social aspects, educational policy & reform, learning, psychology of, adult education, philosophy & aspects and more
Number of pages: 136
Author: Carmen Mills, Trevor Gale
Publisher: Springer, Publication date: November 12, 2009, November 12, 2009
Dimensions: 234 mm x 158 mm x 12 mm
Genre: Education/philosophy & social aspects
Based on a study of one secondary school located in a highly disadvantaged community within Australia
Provides a window through which the possibilities of schooling in disadvantaged communities are explored
Designed to stimulate understanding of the work of Bourdieu and a Bourdieuian approach to research
Includes the voices of three significant groups in education: teachers, parents and students
Would you like to give
on product content, images, or tell us about a lower price?