Anti-racism in Social Work Practice by Angie Bartoli

By Angie Bartoli

This publication re-visits anti-racism inside of social paintings perform and schooling from a scholar targeted and trained standpoint in line with lived event and conversations, delivering functional version and instruments for college students and academics which are attempted and demonstrated.

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Piaget’s theory places its emphasis 34 • The Critical Years on discontinuities in child development, arguing that children pass through the given stages of development as follows: • the sensorimotor stage (0–2 years); • the pre-operational stage (2–7 years); • the concrete operational stage (7–11 years); • the formal operational stage (11–16 years). Piaget distinguished between development and learning, believing development to be a spontaneous whole, in contrast to the limited nature of learning.

London: Medimation. Also consider: Horwath, J (2010) The Child’s World. London: Jessica Kingsley. Page, J, Clare, A and Nutbrown, C (2013) Working with Babies and Children: From Birth to Three. London: SAGE. ) (1984) The Foucault Reader. London: Penguin. And for children: Diamond, M and Scheibel, A (1985) The Brain Colouring Book. London: Harper Collins. References Anderberg, D, et al (2011) Anatomy of a Health Scare: Education, Income and the MMR Controversy in the UK. Journal of Health Economics, 30 (3): 515-630.

To the government the answer appears simple: test and rank the children; inspect the nurseries and schools and if they are not meeting the required standards take the setting into special measures, especially if too many children are failing the tests. Some schools are not good enough and need prodding, but most of the reasons why children do not learn are caused by influences beyond a school’s reach. While we can highlight issues such as pupils not speaking English (for instance, there are over 70 languages spoken in Hampshire schools) and some children only arrive a year before their final test, home issues are especially significant.

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