EENET has released several new inclusive education materials already this year, including:
- 4 short inclusive education online courses. These are built around EENET’s ‘Inclusive Beginnings’ videos. Two courses offer insights into inclusive practice and inclusive transition, and two provide ideas for how to use videos effectively in training and advocacy. All the courses are available free of charge. Everyone who finishes gets a certificate and there are WhatsApp groups so participants can chat with EENET and each other.
- Supporting learning at home in the early years: a booklet of ideas and activities. This is a new ECD focused edition of our very popular home learning booklet created as part of the EENET/NAD inclusive home learning project.
- A continuum for Inclusion: Home learning, education transition, and inclusive school-based learning. These short case studies from Zambia, Zanzibar, Ukraine, Uganda, eSwatini and Armenia were collected during the COVID-19 pandemic. They show the challenges of – and connections between – home learning, education transitions and making education more inclusive for all. Free printed copies are available. Sadly, the experiences of the Ukrainian education stakeholders will now be very different from those described in the booklet.
- Inclusion in Remote Learning. A set of 3 short videos that EENET produced for British Council. These are available with English and Arabic subtitles.