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A Review on Multicultural Education Programmes in Initial Teacher Training in England

By Yoko Morito

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This paper reviews the literature on programmes of multicultural education in initial teacher training (ITT) in England. England, which has a long history as a multiethnic and multicultural society, offers significant opportunities for consideration for multicultural educational design. The issue of educating teachers for diverse schools and classrooms needs to be addressed urgently (OECD, 2010). Hence, it is significant to grasp how teacher education offers trainees and teachers the knowledge and abilities for responding to the diverse needs of pupils. As a primary step for an empirical analysis on the subject of multicultural education, several future challenges will be identified in this paper.【2014年度若手研究者育成プロジェクト(Young Scholars Training Program)Joint International Symposium with Stockholm University “Education in the Era of Globalization”】プロジェクト採択者ワーキングペーパー(高度化センターHP に掲載のものを再掲

Topics: Multicultural Education, Initial Teacher Training (ITT), England
Publisher: The University of Tokyo
Year: 2015
OAI identifier: oai:repository.dl.itc.u-tokyo.ac.jp:2261/58614
Provided by: UT Repository

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