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How I joined the EENET family
Back in 2010 I was working with World Vision Armenia as an Education Expert and was managing two big projects on supporting inclusive education in Armenia. The first project was receiving funds through World Vision UK and DFID. It aimed to improve inclusive teaching practices in schools, strengthening the teachers’ capacity to adapt the curricula … Continue reading How I joined the EENET family

Sharing experiences – with EENET’s help
              “So do you fancy being part of the editing team?” This was the question I was asked when I joined the EENET team as a volunteer in 2011. I had no idea, in a good way, what I was letting myself in for. Two-and-a-half years later, as Network … Continue reading Sharing experiences – with EENET’s help

What are your favourite inclusive education videos?
Did you know that if you type ‘inclusive education’ as a search in YouTube, it brings up 408,000 results? Mind blowing! And incredibly confusing for anyone searching for video materials to use in their own inclusive education work. Of course you can use the search function to narrow down the number of results, but there … Continue reading What are your favourite inclusive education videos?

My five favourite articles from Enabling Education Review: Let’s think ‘twintrackly’!
Blog by: I-Jung (Gracie) Lu, EENET volunteer and PhD student at University of Manchester “Is it possible to include all students in school? I don’t know anything about disability (especially some types of disability). Won’t they receive better educational support in special schools?” Over the years, every time I have talked to mainstream teachers about … Continue reading My five favourite articles from Enabling Education Review: Let’s think ‘twintrackly’!

Welcome!
Hello. Thanks for finding EENET’s blog! What will we blog about? Our blogs will all be related to education, inclusion, diversity, equality, etc – but will cover a wide range of topics. We will share practical and personal experiences and contribute to theoretical debates. Who are our bloggers? There will be a variety of people … Continue reading Welcome!

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