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Home learning for children with disabilities in a pandemic: an analysis of the EENET home learning survey, 2020
This is the first of a series of posts about the 2021 UKFIET conference. Here, we provide an overview of the research presentation that Su Corcoran, Helen Pinnock and Rachel Twigg delivered as part of a panel on disability. Background to the project When schools were closed across the globe in response to the COVID-19 … Continue reading Home learning for children with disabilities in a pandemic: an analysis of the EENET home learning survey, 2020

Call for Articles: Enabling Education Review, Issue 10, 2021
Over the last year we have all found ourselves in an unusual situation. Our theme for the next edition therefore draws on the work being done to support children’s learning as we have adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic and school closures. It will also look at the broader context of what it means to learn … Continue reading Call for Articles: Enabling Education Review, Issue 10, 2021

Schools are re-opening – but this is not the end of learning at home
Author: Ingrid Lewis This is a presentation given at a webinar for GIZ Jordan, July 2020.   What is this presentation about? Inclusive education is not just about schools. Genuinely inclusive education systems look at a continuum of learning experiences and support, from home and community, to non-formal settings, through to formal education institutions. Often, … Continue reading Schools are re-opening – but this is not the end of learning at home

A life-saving message from Aytan, age 6, in Syria
This short video was recorded by a 6-year old Syrian student, Aytan. She is a 1st-grade student living in the Syrian capital of Damascus. Like her peers, Aytan lives every day with the unfolding news around the COVID19 pandemic worldwide. She is determined to help stop the spread of the virus. Aytan, with support from her … Continue reading A life-saving message from Aytan, age 6, in Syria

Climate change – rethinking the way we work
By Rachel Bowden with Juliette Myers and Anise Waljee. I spent most of last week in a hipster co-working space in Berlin, designing a training course with a team of Syrian development professionals. Next week, the team will lead the training from Berlin, over the internet, in Arabic. Facilitators in Syria will help to guide … Continue reading Climate change – rethinking the way we work