Factors affecting teachers ’ beliefs about interculturalism

  title={Factors affecting teachers ’ beliefs about interculturalism},
  author={Enric Llurda},
  • Enric Llurda
  • Published 2010
Cultural diversity in the classrooms is a relatively recent phenomenon in Spain, but teachers and students alike have had to go through an adaptation to the new sociological situation brought about by the immigration wave of the last ten years. Schools, especially public ones, have incorporated a great number of students who were born and have spent most of their lives abroad, and who therefore bring a set of values, cultures and languages that may differ from the dominant ones in the local… CONTINUE READING

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