This section provides a quick reference list of the key materials developed and published by EENET, including videos, training manuals, and guidance documents.

Supporting learning at home in the early years: a booklet of ideas and activities

Home Learning Booklet ECD cover2022

This booklet provides home learning activities adapted to the needs of very young learners. It joins the EENET/NAD package of materials that includes the original home learning poster and activity booklet.

Download the early years home learning activities booklet.


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.

Download the Continuum for Inclusion case studies.


Inclusive education posters and leaflets – Zambia


EENET has worked with World Bank Zambia to produce a set of inclusive education posters and leaflets. There are different designs and messages aimed at 3 different audiences: community members, school leaders, and education managers/decision-makers. They can all be downloaded here in PDF format.

Leaflets – A4 folded to A5

Posters – A4 and A3 sizes

  • Download the poster for community members – A3 (PDF, 2.2mb ) size or A4 (PDF, 2.2mb) size
  • Download the poster for school leaders – A3 (PDF, 1.2mb) size or A4 (PDF, 1.2mb) size
  • Download the poster for education managers – A3 (PDF, 1,6mb) size or A4 (PDF, 1.6mb) size

Inclusive Beginnings


This package contains 2 training videos and manuals focusing on inclusive early childhood development and education. One video/manual looks at inclusive practice, the other looks at inclusive transition. There is also a short introductory booklet and a guide on using the videos for advocacy purposes.

Inclusive Home Learning poster


This poster contains fun, colourful illustrations and short messages about the many different and valuable ways that children and young people learn at home and in the community.

Home Learning Activities


This is a selection of fun learning activities that children with and without disabilities and their families can do at home, any time.

Time to stop polishing the brass on the Titanic:

Moving beyond ‘quick-and-dirty’ teacher education for inclusion, towards sustainable theories of change


This article was published in the International Journal of Inclusive Education. It discusses common problems with inclusive education teacher training and presents alternative approaches, including the Zambia and Zanzibar project case study.

Innovation in Inclusive Education Teacher Training. Sharing our Experiences.


This briefing paper answers frequently asked questions about the inclusive education teacher training approach that EENET has developed in collaboration with Norwegian Association of Disabled.

Learning review of the NAD-supported inclusive education teacher training pilot programme in Zambia.


This report focuses on the NAD/EENET teacher training project. It records project activities and results, and analyses alignment with the project’s original theory of change.

Young Voices in Inclusive Education

A guide to help young researchers conduct action research with peers and younger children


This guide is for use with teenagers and young people. It helps them learn about participatory action research approaches they can use with their peers and with younger children to enable them to share their experiences of education and ideas for improving their schools.

Enabling Education Activity Booklet

Activities to use with children and young people, based on Enabling Education Review Youth Takeover Edition


The guide suggests how to use the articles and pictures in the ‘youth takeover’ edition of EER to stimulate discussions about education and inclusion with children and young people. It is aimed at teachers, those who facilitate and supervise learning and recreational activities within and outside school, parents, and young people who support other young people in education.

An Inclusive Day: Building foundations for learner-centred, inclusive education


This package contains 10 short videos and manuals. The videos show some of ways in which learners can be included or excluded during the course of a typical school day. The training package can be used by trainers as part of a training course for teachers and other educators, or it can be used by individual teachers as a self-study video.

Inclusive Transition poster


This poster used findings from action research in Armenia and Moldova to provide guidance on making education transitions more inclusive. The guidance is relevant for many more countries.

Young Voices: Young people’s views on inclusive education


During this project, children and young people took photos, drew pictures and maps, and participated in video interviews. They explained what inclusive education meant to them and what made their schools inclusive or exclusive.

Learning from Difference. An action research guide for capturing the experience of developing inclusive education


Guidance on using action research to support inclusive school improvements.

Researching our Experience


This is a collection of writings from teachers in Zambia. Their articles reflect on action research they carried out to identify and address inclusion challenges in their schools.

Family Action for Inclusion in Education


This guide draws on case studies to provide advice for parents and parents groups who want to advocate for their children’s educational inclusion.