Education in an altered world Pandemic, crises and young people vulnerable to educational exclusion.

This book brings together world-leading researchers and scholars in the fields of inclusive education, disability studies, refugee education and special education to examine critical and original perspectives of the meaning and consequences of educational and social exclusion. Drawing together, the...

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Other Authors: Dovigo, Fabio (Editor), Proyer, Michelle (Editor), Seitinger, Elvira,Seitinger, Elvira, Wayne, Veck (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: London Bloomsbury Academic 2023, 2023
Edition:1st ed
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Collection: Bloomsbury Education and Childhood Studies - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction, Michelle Proyer (University of Vienna, Austria), Wayne Veck (Winchester University, UK), Fabio Dovigo (Aarhus University, Denmark) and Elvira Seitinger (University of Vienna, Austria) Part I: Critical Understandings of Educational Exclusion and Crisis 1. The Meaning of Collective Capabilities for the Education of Refugee Children During a Pandemic, Margarita Bilgeri (University of Vienna, Austria) 2. COVID-19 Exposing the Fault-Lines of Inclusion: The 'Risk' and 'Vulnerability' of Disabled Children in the UK, Sharon Smith (University of Birmingham, UK) Part II: Teaching and Learning under the Shadow of a Global Pandemic: Exclusions and Possibilities 3. The Effect of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Students in a Vulnerable Situation in Iceland, Hermina GunnThorsdottir (University of Akureyri, Iceland and the University of Iceland, Iceland) and Ylfa G. Sigurdardottir (Nordlingaskoli, Iceland) 4.
  • Out of Crisis the New Future: Concluding Thoughts on Inclusive and Equitable Education For All With a View From Scotland, David Watt (University of Glasgow, UK) Index
  • A Widening Inequality Gap: Reducing Educational Inequalities in Europe by Reaching Out to Students and Families at Risk During a Time of Crisis and Beyond, Pamela Spiteri (Lancaster University, UK) 7. Establishing the Medium to Long-Term Impact of Covid-19 Constraints on the Socio-Emotional Wellbeing of Impoverished Children and Young People (and Those Who are Otherwise Disadvantaged) During, and in the Aftermath of, Covid-19, Joan Mowat (University of Strathclyde, UK) 8. Possible Contributions of the School in Preventing the Maintenance of Poverty in the Case of Some Romanian Disadvantaged Children and the Context of the Pandemic, Ruxandra Folostina (University of Bucharest, Romania) and Loredana Adriana Patrascoiu (University of Bucharest, Romania) Part IV: Including Excluded Individuals and Communities in Times of Crisis 9. COVID-19 and Disadvantaged Roma Communities in Romania, Rosa Drown (Independent Researcher, Romania) 10.
  • Teachers Supporting Refugee Students in Canada during COVID-19: Strengthening a Sense of Belonging, Susan Barber (Simon Fraser University, Canada) 11. Making a Place for Refugee Education: Routes Towards Meaningful Inclusion for Refugee Teenagers in 'New-Normal' England, Joanna McIntyre (University of Nottingham, UK) 12. Thinking About the Emotional Wellbeing of Black Children in a Post-Pandemic World, Siya Mngaza (UK) Part V: Disability and Crisis 13. Teach in the Mornings, Cry in the Evenings: The Impact of COVID-19 Remote Schooling on the Mothers of Emergent Bilinguals with Disabilities, Maria Cioè-Peña (Montclair State University, USA) 14. 'We're in the Same Storm But NOT in the Same Boat': Searching for the Voices of Parents of Students With SEN in Coronavirus Times, Elisabeth De Schauwer (Ghent University, Belgium), Inge Van de Putte (Ghent University, Belgium) and Geert Van Hove (Ghent University, Belgium) Conclusion 15.
  • Increased Educational Disadvantages of Refugee Students in German Language Support Classes During COVID-19 School Closures in Austria: Perceptions and Pedagogical Reactions of Austrian Teachers, Katharina-Theresa Lindner (University of Vienna, Austria), Marie Gitschthaler (KPH Vienna/Lower Austria), Alexandra Gutschik (University of Vienna, Austria), Julia Kast (University of Vienna, Austria), Julia Honcik , Rupert Corazza (Board of Education for Vienna, Austria) and Susanne Schwab (University of Vienna, Austria) 5. Distance Learning and Inclusive School: an Impossible Challenge?, Ines Guerini (Roma Tre University, Italy), Giorgia Ruzzante (University of Bozen, Italy), Alessia Travaglini (La Sapienza University, Italy) Part III: Addressing Social Exclusion: Illuminating Possibilities for Inclusion in and through Crisis 6.