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We all know that not all students are the same. In any given classroom, students with a range of abilities, interests, learning styles and profiles are grouped together and expected to learn certain material in a given amount of time.
Inclusive Parent Engagement
Parent engagement as strategy for more successful students and how it can be applied for a more inclusive school especially with students with immigrant background.
Language education issues
Texts, language resources that exist in the space of the school and shape the linguistic landscape, do not usually reflect the super diverse reality.
Inclusive professional collaboration in and outside the classroom
Collaboration is the ability to share ideas and thoughts openly alongside another person and to come up with a combined answer, response, and our solution about a special topic or issue.
Why is it relevant?
We are surrounded by thousands of people, all with different perspectives and standpoints on various topics and subject matters. What happens when you are placed in a position with someone of opposing viewpoints? As you know the situation can get tenuous. If the person knows how to deal with the situation and has the ability to collaborate, join forces and pool resources together. The person has an easier time integrating and understanding the other person’s position and therefore allows both individuals the ability to voice their opinions and openly work together towards a common goal. To take it a little further, the idea behind collaboration is giving a person the ability to view information from many angles. Allowing them to see you or understand something that was not recognized before. Knowing how to collaborate established a foundation for more than just one skill. It plays on skills such as communication, time management, problem-solving, resource allocation and many more. The benefits of collaborations are endless.
You can find more information about good and creative collaboration by watching these videos:
It goes without saying that collaboration and cooperation between various professional actors are a crucial element in promoting inclusive practices in the classroom when it comes to teaching children and young people with special needs or with a migration or refugee background whose command of the native language of their country of residence often lags behind that of their peers and is at worst inexistent.
We have chosen 2 aspects of collaborative learning: co-teaching and feedback. Both examples can be used by teachers outside and inside the classroom, for cooperation between teachers, pedagogues but as well for working with students and pupils.