More than half of South Africa’s school population falls into the category of ‘vulnerable’. For those who teach or intend to teach, this means that the likelihood is that they will have vulnerable learners in their classes and throws up a number of questions such as: • What does it mean for teachers attempting to give all learners in their classes a meaningful education? • How do teachers manage to cope with learners of very different ability in the same class? • How do non-specialist teachers teach learners with mental and physical challenges? Including the Excluded: Educating the Vulnerable for the 21st Century has been written in response to the need of South African teachers to have these questions, and many more, answered. This interesting and richly varied new textbook offers a range of tried and tested methods, and tips by experts on teaching vulnerable learners. The title covers diverse subjects, and gives deeply informed understanding of the conditions that make learners vulnerable; and throughout, the information is supported by modern theory that invites new insights and perception. This book includes case studies, teacher tips, QR codes and ‘Study-on-the-Go’ applications. The experienced teacher and the prospective teacher alike will find it an invaluable resource. This eBook is in ePDF format, which enables you to: • View the entire book offline on desktop or tablet; • Search for and highlight text; and • Add and edit personal notes directly in your eBook.