Professional reflections, Research

Barriers to Learning Created by Adult Perceptions of Students at School

By Kamil Trzebiatowski (2011)

for the University of the West of Scotland

School teachers and staff are increasingly encouraged to incorporate inclusive education policies into their everyday practice and change their approach to students in accordance with its assumptions.  However, teachers’ pre-existing perceptions about students classifying them according to able/deficit

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Professional reflections, Research

Could some white teachers’ low expectations of non-white ethnic minority pupils violate the requirements of the equality and race acts currently in operation in the United Kingdom?

By Kamil Trzebiatowski (2012)

for the University of the West of Scotland

The Equality Act 2010 prohibits schools in the United Kingdom from discrimination against the protected groups, such as different genders, races and disabled people. Supported by the earlier Race Relations (Amendment) Act 2000 and placing duty on public

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Professional reflections, Research

The relationship between teachers’ positive attitudes towards pupils on autistic spectrum and successful implementation of TEACCH programme in mainstream classrooms

By Kamil Trzebiatowski (2012)
for the University of the West of Scotland

More and more pupils with autistic spectrum disorders (ASD) attend mainstream schools in the UK. Since the Equality Act 2010 requires schools to ensure full participation of disabled students in the education by making reasonable adjustments and Index

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About Me

My name is Kamil Trzebiatowski. I am a very successful and accomplished teacher of English as an Additional Language (EAL) and English as a Foreign Language (EFL), with over 10 years of experience in numerous mainstream schools in England, Scotland and Poland, teaching and supporting ethnically diverse students with

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