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Global inclusive education updates from EENET and other organisations.

* New website section * Key resources from EENET
EENET has a huge library of materials, written and published by hundreds of authors and organisations from around the world. But we also write and publish our own resources. To help you find EENET’s ‘home grown’ documents and videos more easily, we have compiled a new website section: EENET’s Resources There’s a great selection of … Continue reading * New website section * Key resources from EENET

New ECDE document on disability-inclusive responses, lessons and policy considerations from Southern Africa
Getting it Right. Inclusive Early Childhood Development and Education Rights. Disability-inclusive responses, lessons and policy considerations from Southern Africa has been published by Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA). It includes sections on: Addressing attitudes to disability Improving inclusive practices in early childhood development and education and promoting early identification and intervention Influencing inclusive … Continue reading New ECDE document on disability-inclusive responses, lessons and policy considerations from Southern Africa

Uganda teacher training programme updates
EENET, NAD, NUDIPU and other partners have continued to work on adapting the participatory teacher training approach in Uganda. Catch up on the latest updates about the scoping activities and the first training workshop for observers and principal trainers.

Book review: Hanging On – A Special Educator’s journey into Inclusive Education
Author: Kanwal Singh. Date: 2020.   Usually we recommend and share reading materials that are available free of charge. We’re making an exception for this book, because it’s too good not to share, and it’s available at a low price. It can be purchased online from Amazon India, price 299 INR (approximately £3 GBP) . … Continue reading Book review: Hanging On – A Special Educator’s journey into Inclusive Education

How to learn at home with your deaf child
This short, easy-to-read leaflet from Deaf Child Worldwide provides advice for parents and caregivers who are supporting their children to learn at home. It emphasises a very important message “Don’t worry about trying to recreate school at home. Think about creating an environment where your child can learn in a natural way.” ‘How to learn … Continue reading How to learn at home with your deaf child

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