Diversities in Education: Effective Ways to Reach All Learners
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About the Author
David Mitchell is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, and is an international consultant in inclusive education and evidence-based teaching. He is the author of What Really Works in Special and Inclusive Education, 2nd edition (Routledge), which has been translated into several languages.
"I can't wait to convey my admiration for this new book, which is in a class of its own. Congratulations is too weak to express my admiration for it. Many words come into mind: game-changer, paradigm shift; book of the year (I hope) but certainly over the last decade in the universe of discourse which includes human rights. It is also a triumph of critical and interdisciplinary scholarship, skill in identifying obstacles to progress but concluding each section with clear, practical suggestions for changes at different levels from governments to classroom management." - Peter Mittler, Emeritus Professor of Special Needs Education at the University of Manchester