Migration, Multilingualism and Education: Critical Perspectives on Inclusion
Edited by: Latisha Mary, Ann-Birte Krüger, Andrea S. Young
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- Hardback, Ebook(PDF), Ebook(EPUB)
- 30th Jun 2021
- Multilingual Matters
- Number of pages:
- 234mm x 156mm
This book explores the question of how equitable and inclusive education can be implemented in heterogeneous classes where learners' languages and cultures reflect the social reality of mass migration and everyday plurilingualism. The book brings together researchers and practitioners working in inclusive teaching and learning in a variety of migration contexts from pre-school to university. The book opens with an exploration of the relationship between language ideologies and policies with respect to the inclusion of learners for whom the language of education is not the language spoken in the home. The following section focuses on innovative pedagogical practices which allow migrants to be socially, culturally and institutionally included at school and at university while using their plurilingual competences as resources for learning/teaching and allowing them to fully realise their potential.
Latisha Mary is an associate professor in the INSPÉ-Faculty of Education and Lifelong Learning at the University of Strasbourg, France.
Ann-Birte Krüger is an associate professor in the INSPÉ Besançon- Faculty of Education and Lifelong Learning at the University of Bourgogne Franche-Comté, France.
Andrea S. Young is a professor in the INSPÉ-Faculty of Education and Lifelong Learning at the University of Strasbourg, France.
Section 1 - Ideology Drives Policy: Rethinking Inclusion
Chapter 1. Christine Hélot: Pushing Back Monoglossic Ideologies of Language: Towards Transformative and Inclusive Pedagogies For 21st Century Multilingual Classrooms
Chapter 2. Judith Purkarthofer: Lines of Exclusion and Possibilities of Inclusion – A Tale of Two Schools in Austria
Chapter 3: Julie A. Panagiotopoulou, Lisa Rosen and Jenna Strzykala: Multilingual Teachers Meet Recently Arrived Students – Language Ideologies and Practices in Preparatory Classes in Germany
Chapter 4. Nathalie Thomauske: Parents Speaking Other Languages in Early Childhood Settings – A "Language Barrier" for Building an Inclusive Partnership of Education Between Practitioners and Parents?
Chapter 5. Kirsten Rosiers: "Dutch If Possible, and Also When it's Not": The Inclusion of Multilingualism in Declared, Perceived and Practiced Language Policies in a Brussels' Secondary School
Chapter 6. Junko Majima and Chiho Sakurai: A Longitudinal Study of Emergent Bilinguals Among Chinese Pupils at a Japanese Public School: A Focus on Language Policies and Inclusion
Chapter 7. Latisha Mary and Andrea S. Young: "To Make Headway You Have to Go Against the Flow": Resisting Dominant Discourses and Supporting Emergent Bilinguals in a Multilingual Pre-School in France
Chapter 8. Stéphanie Galligani and Diana-Lee Simon: Rethinking Inclusion: A Case Study of an Innovative University Diploma for Refugee Students in Grenoble (France)
Section 2 - 'Actuality Implies Possibility': New Practices of Inclusion
Chapter 9. Roula Kitsiou, Sofia Tsioli, George Androulakis and Inaam Alibrahim: Experiences, Challenges and Potential of Implementing a Participatory Approach to Designing Educational Material for and with Refugee Women in Greece
Chapter 10. Maite T. Sánchez and Ivana Espinet: Transforming our Classrooms to Embrace Students' Multilingualism through Translanguaging Pedagogy
Chapter 11. Timea Kádas Pickel : "Spaces of Power, Spaces of Resistance": Identity Negotiation Through Autobiography with Newcomer Immigrant Students
Chapter 12. Vicky Macleroy: Framing Critical Perspectives on Migration, Fairness and Belonging Through the Lens of Young People's Multilingual Digital Stories
Chapter 13. Ann-Birte Krüger and Nathalie Thamin: Inclusion Strategies for Emergent Bilingual Pupils in Pre-School in France: The Importance of the Home-School Relationship
Chapter 14. Ondine Gage: Teacher Language Awareness: A Personal and Pedagogical Journey
Chapter 15. Rosa Maria Faneca, Maria Helena Araújo e Sá and Sílvia Melo-Pfeifer: Fostering More Inclusive Linguistic Practices in Portuguese Classrooms: Is Teacher Education the Key for Integrating Heritage Languages?
Chapter 16, Jim Cummins: Pedagogies of Powerful Communication: Enabling Minoritized Students to Express, Expand, and Project Identities of Competence