Teaching for inclusion: pedagogies for the 'sector of the second chance'
|dc.identifier.citation||Atkins, L. (2010) 'Teaching for inlcusion: Pedagogies for the 'sector of chance' in Wallace, S. (ed). The lifelong learning sector: Reflective reader. Exeter: Learning matters, pp. 29-41.|
|dc.description.abstract||This chapter considers the notion of inclusion, and of a 'second chance' education and its associated pedagogies. Presented in four key sections, it begins with an overview of the sector, going on to disucss the concept of second chance in the context of contemporary literature and theories of second chance. It finds a strong association between social class and second chance education. The chapter then moves on to a discussion of different pedagogical theories and approaches currently associated with the sector, again considering them in the context of contemporary literature. It concludes that, in the current climate, second chance all too often means second best.|
|dc.title||Teaching for inclusion: pedagogies for the 'sector of the second chance'|
|dc.contributor.department||University of Huddersfield|