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Inclusive education: EdTech, learning assessment and refugees and displaced populations

Inclusive education: EdTech, learning assessment and refugees and displaced populations  Part 3 of  Summary of thematic strand from UKFIET conference, September 2017 Thematic convenors: Susy Ndaruhutse, Education Development Trust and Amy Parker, Relief International Welcome to the third and final blog on reflections coming out of our Inclusive Education conference sub-theme. Last week, we looked […]

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Inclusive education: disability, textbooks and gender

Inclusive education: disability, textbooks and gender Part 2 of the Summary of thematic strand from UKFIET conference, September 2017 Thematic convenors: Susy Ndaruhutse, Education Development Trust and Amy Parker, Relief International In Part 1 of this series of three blogs, we looked at more general highlights from our Inclusive Education conference sub-theme. Key points around […]

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Inclusive Education for Sustainable Development- Part 1 of the summary from the Conference

Summary of thematic strand from UKFIET conference, September 2017 – Part 1 Thematic convenors: Susy Ndaruhutse, Education Development Trust and Amy Parker, Relief International       Our conference sub-theme drew together a rich and diverse set of symposia, papers and quickfire sessions covering a wide range of issues, from gender to disability to teachers […]

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Inclusive Education for Sustainable Development – Susy Ndaruhutse’s thoughts on the sub-theme

  Interview with Susy Ndaruhutse, co-convenor for sub-theme on Inclusive Education for Sustainable Development What excites you about this theme? I recently read an article in the Scientific American called ‘How diversity makes us smarter’. It was a really interesting and thought-provoking read, summarising decades of research which shows that socially diverse groups are more […]

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Conference Sub-theme – Evidence and Knowledge

There were so many papers for the sub-theme on Evidence and Knowledge, that we have created two streams to accommodate them all. The stream on “Including all learners” will explore the current knowledge of how the intersecting dimensions of marginalisation influence access to quality learning opportunities, and evidence of how education systems can be made […]

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