Using workshop materials summarising evidence-based classroom approaches to support student teachers in responding effectively to issues of diversity and inclusion

Elspeth McCartney, Helen Marwick

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ConferenceHEA Social Sciences Annual Learning and Teaching Conference - Teaching forward: the future of the Social Sciences, Birmingham, UK, May 2014
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityBirmingham
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Keywords

  • research evidence based classroom approaches
  • student perceptions

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McCartney, E., & Marwick, H. (2014). Using workshop materials summarising evidence-based classroom approaches to support student teachers in responding effectively to issues of diversity and inclusion. Paper presented at HEA Social Sciences Annual Learning and Teaching Conference - Teaching forward: the future of the Social Sciences, Birmingham, UK, May 2014, Birmingham, United Kingdom.
McCartney, Elspeth ; Marwick, Helen. / Using workshop materials summarising evidence-based classroom approaches to support student teachers in responding effectively to issues of diversity and inclusion. Paper presented at HEA Social Sciences Annual Learning and Teaching Conference - Teaching forward: the future of the Social Sciences, Birmingham, UK, May 2014, Birmingham, United Kingdom.
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McCartney, E & Marwick, H 2014, 'Using workshop materials summarising evidence-based classroom approaches to support student teachers in responding effectively to issues of diversity and inclusion' Paper presented at HEA Social Sciences Annual Learning and Teaching Conference - Teaching forward: the future of the Social Sciences, Birmingham, UK, May 2014, Birmingham, United Kingdom, 21/05/14, .

Using workshop materials summarising evidence-based classroom approaches to support student teachers in responding effectively to issues of diversity and inclusion. / McCartney, Elspeth; Marwick, Helen.

2014. Paper presented at HEA Social Sciences Annual Learning and Teaching Conference - Teaching forward: the future of the Social Sciences, Birmingham, UK, May 2014, Birmingham, United Kingdom.

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McCartney E, Marwick H. Using workshop materials summarising evidence-based classroom approaches to support student teachers in responding effectively to issues of diversity and inclusion. 2014. Paper presented at HEA Social Sciences Annual Learning and Teaching Conference - Teaching forward: the future of the Social Sciences, Birmingham, UK, May 2014, Birmingham, United Kingdom.