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Global inclusive education updates from EENET and other organisations.

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

EENET has a new telephone number
Please note that our main telephone number has changed. Our new number is: +44 (0)330 058 3339 Feel free to call us: with queries about inclusive education; for help finding resources on our website; for help with ordering items from our online shop; to discuss any of our past or current projects; to discuss your … Continue reading EENET has a new telephone number

Inclusive Beginnings: EENET’s latest video-based training resource
Have you watched our new videos yet?! If not, here’s a quick guide to the new resources – what they’re about and where to find them. Videos We have 2 new videos. Both focus on inclusive early childhood development and education. They help educators learn about: Inclusive practice in early childhood settings Inclusive transition. Visit … Continue reading Inclusive Beginnings: EENET’s latest video-based training resource

Inclusive home learning activities – new resource
Through EENET’s partnership with Norwegian Association of Disabled, and working with partners in Zambia and Zanzibar, we have just published a set of 34 fun learning activities that children with and without disabilities and their families can do at home, any time. The home learning activities can be downloaded as a complete package in PDF … Continue reading Inclusive home learning activities – new resource

Schools are re-opening – but this is not the end of learning at home
EENET’s latest blog post is taken from a presentation given by Ingrid Lewis at a GIZ webinar in July 2020. Reflecting on this year’s Covid-19 pandemic and the unprecedented mass closure of schools globally, the blog shares some thoughts on how we should now position home learning in the discussions on rebuilding and improving education … Continue reading Schools are re-opening – but this is not the end of learning at home

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