This study focuses on the narratives of four SEN pupils concerning their social participation in a mainstream school. According to the results, pupils’ perceptions of social participation were strongly related to their experiences in their learning environment.
The Inclusive Schools Network (ISN) is a web-based educational resource for families, schools and communities that promotes inclusive educational practices. This resource has grown out of Inclusive Schools Week™, an internationally-recognized annual event created by Education Development Center, Inc. (EDC) and now sponsored by Stetson & Associates, Inc. ISN’s mission is “to encourage, embolden and empower people to design and implement effective inclusive schools, by sharing insights and best practices and by providing opportunities for connection.” The ISN provides year-round opportunities for families and educators around the world to network and build their knowledge of inclusive education.
The aim of this study was to discern the class-level effects, specifically, class size and the proportion of students with SEN in regular classes, and to explore the effect of the placement by comparing regular and special classes.
This presentation explains in detail how the coordinator group used the SPISEY compass to design and implement new directions to improve the inclusion in spanish primary pilot school. Examples are also presented.