Equality and Diversity in the Lifelong Learning Sector
- Ann Gravells
- Susan Simpson - North East Lincolnshire Council
Further Education and Skills
Equality and Inclusion (HE/FE)
It is a comprehensive text, covering:
*the Equality Act 2010; advancing equality and valuing diversity;
*demonstrating appropriate behaviour;
*helping and supporting others;
*reviewing your own contribution to equality and diversity;
Please note: the qualification unit content contained in the appendices has since changed, and some legislation mentioned in the book has been updated.
Excellent book and insightful for my students.
This book is in constant use by the tutors and learners alike for research and teaching resource. Essential book to have in library of resources.
Gives undergraduate students a clear and unambiguous introduction to the issue of equality and diversity. Also recommended as supplemental reading to medical students undertaking a special module on disability awareness
An excellent book by Ann Gravells to support Equality and Diversity in all areas of teaching, learning and coaching. Easy read for both teacher and learner. This book contains essential information and guidance for research and completion of assignments. A book received warmly by the course.
An amazing book very beneficial for students who study CCTLS ,DTLLS and PGCE. I found that it Ann Gravells explains very well issues of equality and diversity in the lifelong learning sector and how to embed them within teaching.
Once again Ann Gravells has produced a current and essential textbook for those engaged in teacher training or aiming to improve their application of and promotion of equality and Diversity within their practice. Really accessible, clear legislation links and examples, excellent!
An easy to read book on principles and concept of
equality. Informative book.
Very helpful, easy to understand and highly informative.
This text would be of interest to Education Studies students with an interest in life long learning who are keen to explore equality and diversity.
A range of approaches are successfully employed to increase reader engagement and encourage further understanding. The use of examples, activities, summaries and suggestions of further readings for example, support the process of independent learning while providing a useful starting point and overview of key themes and ideas.
Advised learners to refer to this easy to read textbook to grasp the concept and importance of embedding and promoting E&D within the LLS.