Multiverse (diversity)

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Multiverse is an Initial Teacher Education (ITE) Professional Resource Network (funded by the Training and Development Agency for Schools created to meet the challenge of raising the achievement of pupils from diverse backgrounds.[1] Issues in relation to Social class, religious diversity, Refugees and Asylum Seekers, and Travellers and Romani are also explored.

Member organizations[edit]

Multiverse is a consortium of eight Initial Teacher Training institutions from across England, with Lightbox Education (formerly 3T Productions–a subsidiary of Research Machines plc.) and Trentham Books, working with Local Education Authorities and community groups:

The Website[edit]

The website contains resources selected by experts working in the Multiverse Consortium. They range from ITE learning and teaching materials, research papers, government reports, articles from the media, case studies, and video clips. The website is organised into six Diversity Topics:

  • 'Race' and Ethnicity
  • Social Class
  • Religious Diversity
  • Bilingual and Multilingual Learners
  • Refugees and Asylum Seekers
  • Travellers and Roma

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.multiverse.ac.uk free to use website that explores diversity and achievement