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Non-Traditional Entrants to Higher Education: They Talk About People Like Me - Marion Bowl
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This book explores the reality of access to higher education for working class and ethnic minority adults. The four year action research project on which the book is based draws on the experiences of thirty-two people. They reflect on what held them back from engaging with further and higher education for so long, what eventually motivated them to aim for university and how they experienced life and study when they got there.Marion Bowl''s study reveals some of the paradoxes of current national policy and institutional practice on widening participation and makes practical suggestions on what needs to change if the chances of mature students from non-traditional backgrounds are to improve. The author shows how the diversity of non-traditional students'' experience could be harnessed to promote learning and to improve the life chances of such students.The book will be invaluable to academics and policy makers in further and higher education and in careers guidance. It offers constructive solutions for all those who have an interest in widening participation and fostering social justice in education - including students themselves. Marion Bowl, Books, Reference and Language, Non-Traditional Entrants to Higher Education: They Talk About People Like Me Books>Reference and Language This book explores the reality of access to higher education for working class and ethnic minority adults. The four year action research project on which the book is based draws on the experiences of thirty-two people. They reflect on what held them back from engaging with further and higher education for so long, what eventually motivated them to aim for university and how they experienced life and study when they got there.

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This book explores the reality of access to higher education for working class and ethnic minority adults. The four year action research project on which the book is based draws on the experiences of thirty-two people. They reflect on what held them back from engaging with further and higher education for so long, what eventually motivated them to aim for university and how they experienced life and study when they got there.Marion Bowl’s study reveals some of the paradoxes of current national policy and institutional practice on widening participation and makes practical suggestions on what needs to change if the chances of mature students from non-traditional backgrounds are to improve. The author shows how the diversity of non-traditional students’ experience could be harnessed to promote learning and to improve the life chances of such students. The book will be invaluable to academics and policy makers in further and higher education and in careers guidance. It offers constructive solutions for all those who have an interest in widening participation and fostering social justice in education - including students themselves. Books Books ~~ Education & Teaching~~ Higher Non-Traditional-Entrants-to-Higher-Education~~Marion-Bowl Stylus Publishing, LLC This book explores the reality of access to higher education for working class and ethnic minority adults. The four year action research project on which the book is based draws on the experiences of thirty-two people. They reflect on what held them back from engaging with further and higher education for so long, what eventually motivated them to aim for university and how they experienced life and study when they got there.

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: TRENTHAM BOOKS LTD, 186 Seiten, L=233mm, B=146mm, H=12mm, Gew.=290gr, [GR: 27240 - TB/Didaktik/Methodik/Schulpädagogik/Fachdidaktik], [SW: - Education / Teaching], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: This book explores the reality of access to higher education for working class and ethnic minority adults. The four year action research project on which the book is based draws on the experiences of thirty-two people. They reflect on what held them back from engaging with further and higher education for so long, what eventually motivated them to aim for university and how they experienced life and study when they got there. This book explores the reality of access to higher education for working class and ethnic minority adults. The four year action research project on which the book is based draws on the experiences of thirty-two people. They reflect on what held them back from engaging with further and higher education for so long, what eventually motivated them to aim for university and how they experienced life and study when they got there.

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Non-Traditional Entrants to Higher Education: "They Talk about People Like Me"

This book explores the reality of access to higher education for working class and ethnic minority adults. The four year action research project on which the book is based draws on the experiences of thirty-two people. They reflect on what held them back from engaging with further and higher education for so long, what eventually motivated them to aim for university and how they experienced life and study when they got there.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781858562988
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1858562988
Paperback
Publishing year: 2003
Publisher: TRENTHAM BOOKS LTD
186 Pages
Weight: 0,290 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9781858562988

ISBN - alternate spelling:
1-85856-298-8, 978-1-85856-298-8


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