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Celebrating Difference

Author : Shaun Dellenty
ISBN : 9781472961495
Genre : Education
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RECOMMENDED BY LORD MICHAEL CASHMAN IN UK PARLIAMENT, APRIL 2019 'Essential and valuable reading for every teacher and school leader.' Peter Tatchell 'A huge stride towards genuine organisational change.' Dr Joseph Hall 'An outstanding book.' Professor Jonathan Glazzard Celebrating Difference is an inspiring handbook for LGBT+ inclusion, aimed at all primary and secondary teachers and leaders. Written by Shaun Dellenty, internationally celebrated lead in LGBT+ inclusion in education, it is filled with practical advice to enable schools to bring about organisational change to ensure the safety, success, mental health and wellbeing of all pupils and staff. This ground-breaking book examines the roots and impact of identity-based prejudice in schools, drawing on Shaun's own experiences of homophobic bullying and his subsequent career as a teacher and school leader. The core of the book is based on Shaun's award-winning training programme Inclusion For All, endorsed by the Department for Education, presenting an effective approach to LGBT+ inclusion at a whole-school level. This includes practical strategies to eradicate prejudice, prevent bullying, embrace diversity and improve whole-school outcomes such as attendance and attainment, as well as mindfulness techniques and ideas for INSET training sessions and school assemblies. Case studies and interviews with pupils and teachers who have experienced the Inclusion For All process and unique research insights from Dr Joseph Hall, University of Leeds, demonstrate how the strategies work in practice. Clear guidance will also enable schools to comply with Ofsted and statutory equality legislation, and help them to teach children about British values, basic human rights and the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). Written with warmth, humour and compassion, this is a must-read guide for all teachers and school leaders who wish to promote inclusion, celebrate difference and ensure safer futures for all young people.
Category: Education

Celebrating Difference Staying Faithful

Author : Andrew Wingate
ISBN : 0232525323
Genre : Christianity and other religions
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Celebrating Difference, Staying Faithful is the indispensable guide to living in our multi-religious society for every individual, parish or church community. It is packed with case studies, examples of best practice, and practical advice based on the author’s own unique experience as teacher and minister in the UK and overseas. It covers mission and inter-faith dialogue, theology and life, prayer and worship, health, education and community issues, and pastoral issues such as inter-faith weddings and conversion. It also includes useful lists of organisations and networks, web-site links and books and multi-media resources.
Category: Christianity and other religions

Celebrating Differences Wisdom Through Relationships

Author : Jimmy Mody
ISBN : 9781647339760
Genre : Social Science
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Discovering One-ness in everyone and everything is much more possible than we have ever imagined. One-ness is a reality and not a far-fetched dream. Celebrating Differences: Wisdom Through Relationships brings together practical spiritual, philosophical and psychological insights, research, and teachings in a way that will appeal to management trainers, family counselors, psychotherapists, aspiring leaders, politicians, and the layperson. It proposes a completely new way of working with all our relationships, one that will lead to our social, political, and personal growth and learning, one that seeks to realistically redefine the value and purpose of our relationships. The time has come for a new perspective on human relationships and what they are really for. It is the need of the hour.
Category: Social Science

God S Tapestry

Author : William M. Kondrath
ISBN : 9781566995351
Genre : Religion
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Our differences are our greatest blessings and our greatest challenges, maintains William Kondrath, Episcopal priest and seminary professor. Theologically and ecologically, differences foster life and growth, but discord within denominations and congregations frequently have to do with the inability of individuals and groups to deeply understand and value differences. In God's Tapestry, Kondrath shows us how to embrace our multiculturalism--our differences of race, culture, gender, age, theology, language, sexual identity, and so forth. He does this by exploring differences on four levels--personal, interpersonal, institutional, and cultural. He also demonstrates a threefold process for becoming multicultural: recognizing our differences, understanding those differences and their significance and consequences, and valuing or celebrating those differences. While ministry is the work of the faith community, not only ordained or professional staff, it is critical that leaders learn the art and skill of recognizing, understanding, and valuing differences. Then the congregations and agencies they serve, having learned and practiced the art and skill of celebrating differences, can be the yeast that brings this awareness of God's diverse blessings to the wider world.
Category: Religion

Celebrating Differences

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105040881471
Genre : Hispanic American youth
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Category: Hispanic American youth

Chicken Soup For The Soul Celebrating People Who Make A Difference

Author : Jack Canfield
ISBN : 9781453276204
Genre : Self-Help
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Chicken Soup for the Soul® Celebrating People Who Make a Difference reveals a side of humanity we rarely see heralded on the evening news. This inspiring collection of stories chronicles the small kindnesses that make a huge difference, the ordinary experiences that have profound impact, and the defining moments that change the lives of everyday people.
Category: Self-Help

Amazing Difference

Author : Dee Smith
ISBN : 1506187013
Genre :
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Excerpt from the book "Amazing Difference": "We all have different hair." "We all have different colors of skin." "We all have different thoughts and feelings." "These are where our dreams begin." We all have differences that make each one of us unique. They are all Amazing! This is a short rhyming picture book which celebrates the differences that make us who we are. This book is great for reading and engaging young children during any storytime. Visit the Author Page at www.Deesignery.com
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Those Who Can Teach

Author : Lorraine Glennon
ISBN : 1885171358
Genre : Education
File Size : 53.61 MB
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Students pay tribute to teachers who have inspired them, challenged them, and affected their lives
Category: Education

Celebrating Our Differences

Author : Mary Heléne Rosenbaum
ISBN : 0942597699
Genre : Religion
File Size : 78.9 MB
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If you are determined to intermarry...
Category: Religion

Those Who Can Coach

Author : Lorraine Glennon
ISBN : 1885171498
Genre : Education
File Size : 46.58 MB
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A collection of inspirational tales from the annals of coaching reveals the lasting legacy these mentors can have on a player's life and the diverse life lessons--from good sportsmanship and teamwork to humility, patience, and determination--that coaches teach. Original.
Category: Education

Celebrating Teachers

Author : Chris Henley
ISBN : 1785835564
Genre :
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A feel-good celebration of all that is great about teachers and teaching - and an exploration of the difference teachers make and how they do it.
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Law And Politics At The Perimeter

Author : Vanessa E Munro
ISBN : UOM:39015064978557
Genre : Law
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This book offers a critical re-appraisal of contemporary feminist legal and political theory.
Category: Law

K 12 Education

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105119682370
Genre : Educational leadership
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Category: Educational leadership

Parenting And Inclusive Education

Author : Chrissie Rogers
ISBN : UCSC:32106019115028
Genre : Education
File Size : 66.35 MB
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Parenting Inclusive Education is about the lives of twenty-four parents who have, or are in the process of, negotiating the emotional and practical journey in mothering and fathering their learning "disabled" child. The author, writing from the perspective of a women researcher, sociologist and a mother of a learning disabled daughter, questions the very nature of the weak inclusive education discourse and unpacks parents' narratives in relation to denial, disappointment and social exclusion.
Category: Education

Silent Racism

Author : Barbara Trepagnier
ISBN : UOM:39015064929956
Genre : Social Science
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Vivid and engaging, Silent Racism persuasively demonstrates that silent racism - racism by people who classify themselves as "not racist" - is instrumental in the production of institutional racism. Trepagnier argues that heightened race awareness is more important in changing racial inequality than judging whether individuals are racist. The collective voices and confessions of "non-racist" white women heard in this book help reveal that all individuals harbor some racist thoughts and feelings. Trepagnier uses vivid focus group interviews to argue that the oppositional categories of racist/not racist are outdated. The oppositional categories should be replaced in contemporary thought with a continuum model that more accurately portrays today's racial reality in the United States. A shift to a continuum model can raise the race awareness of well-meaning white people and improve race relations. Offering a fresh approach, Silent Racism is an essential resource for teaching and thinking about racism in the twenty-first century.
Category: Social Science

Racial Bias In The Classroom

Author : Darlene Leiding
ISBN : UOM:39015063367067
Genre : Education
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Racial Bias in the Classroom will enable readers to learn how to handle situations involving culturally diverse students in their schools.
Category: Education

Celebrating City Teachers

Author : Jill Bartoli
ISBN : UOM:39015054119451
Genre : Education
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Bartoli dispels the myth that public schools with low-income and high student-of-color.
Category: Education