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eTwinning - PDW Madeira - Inclusive education

2 workshops about Inclusive Education - Empowering students with eTwinning - PDW Madeira - Portugal 2019

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eTwinning - PDW Madeira - Inclusive education

  1. 1. Online tools for inclusive education Miguela Fernandes eTwinning ambassador - Portugal 3 / 5 October 2019
  2. 2. Education is not a privilege. It is a human right.
  3. 3. United Nations: Universal Declaration on Human Rights
  4. 4. United Nations: Convention on the Rights of the Child
  5. 5. United Nations: International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
  6. 6. UNESCO: Global Education 2030 Agenda Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 4 on education calls for inclusive and equitable quality education
  7. 7. UNESCO: Convention against Discrimination in Education
  8. 8. Inclusive Education?
  9. 9. “… schools should accommodate all children regardless of their physical, intellectual, social, emotional, linguistic or other conditions. “This should include disabled and gifted children, street and working children, children from remote or nomadic populations, children from linguistic, ethnic or cultural minorities and children from other disadvantaged or marginalised areas or groups.” The Salamanca Statement and Framework for Action on Special Needs Education (1994)
  10. 10. Inclusive Education Inclusive education acknowledges that all children can learn and that all pupils, including many considered to be non- disabled, need some form of support in learning during their time at school.
  11. 11. What can schools do?
  12. 12. An inclusive learning-friendly environment (ILFE) Welcomes, nurtures, and educates all children regardless of their gender, physical, intellectual, social, emotional, linguistic, or other characteristics.They may be disabled or gifted children, street or working children, children of remote or nomadic peoples, children from linguistic, ethnic or cultural minorities, children affected by HIV/AIDS, or children from other disadvantaged or marginalized areas or groups. Source: https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000137522
  13. 13. Marginalised/Excluded/Vulnerable Groups Source: Guidelines for Inclusion: EnsuringAccess to Education for All
  14. 14. What can teachers do?
  15. 15. Challenge 1 ▪ How you were taught in school and how you were taught to teach?
  16. 16. Steps from Exclusion to Inclusion Source: Guidelines for Inclusion: EnsuringAccess to Education for All
  17. 17. https://answergarden.ch/1020367
  18. 18. Solutions?
  19. 19. What change?
  20. 20. Te
  21. 21. More access to technology…
  22. 22. Reflect about a topic
  23. 23. Games https://www.jigsawplanet.com/
  24. 24. Games
  25. 25. Skype
  26. 26. learningapps.org
  27. 27. In eTwinning…
  28. 28. “Education is a social process; education is growth; education is not preparation for life but is life itself.” John Dewey
  29. 29. References ▪ Embracing diversity: toolkit for creating inclusive, learning-friendly environments ▪ Guidelines for Inclusion: Ensuring Access to Education for All ▪ A guide for ensuring inclusion and equity in education ▪ The Salamanca Statement and Framework forAction on Special Needs Education ▪ Understanding education as a right ▪ Inclusive Education in low income countries (Mariga, McConkey and Myezwa, 2014)

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