Crossing the Barriers: Culturally Diverse Teachers Teaching in Culturally Diverse Mixed Abilities Classrooms in the United Arab Emirates
This is a qualitative study aimed at examining the challenges involved when culturally diverse teachers teach in culturally diverse mixed abilities classrooms in the United Arab Emirates.
||Culturally Diverse Teachers, Diversity in the Classroom, United Arab Emirates
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 5, Issue 5, pp.1-10.
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Dr Gaad is a Senior Lecturer in Special Education at the British University in Dubai and an Honorary Lecturer, School of Education, The University of Birmingham, UK. She is a Special Needs Programme Co-ordinator for Master Level students and a Special Needs Module Designer and Tutor. Before joining British University in Dubai Dr Gaad was an Assistant Professor at the United Arab Emirates University. She has also lectured at the School of Education and Professional Development, University of East Anglia, Norwich, England where she worked with international students. Dr Gaad has taught children with Special Needs in Egypt and have also worked as a teacher of children with severe learning difficulties (all age ranges 3-19) and a SEN support teacher in the mainstream (UK).
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