Inclusion aims to change the traditional educational view, typically based on the “specialised answer to special needs” (focus on disables pupils), into an “ordinary answer to the needs of all”. The social model of disability and empowerment constructs consider the disabled pupils and their families to be at the centre of all decision-making processes. Evidently, school plays a key role in facilitating both the inclusion processes and the individualization and personalisation of learning, at the same time providing educational answers and teaching methods in line with the educational mission of “our” society. In this framework, the paper describes the research Screening on learning to learn: inclusive educational approaches to supporting study methods in Primary School carried out at the Department of Education, University of Bologna, in cooperation with the Regional Schools Department of Emilia Romagna (Ufficio Scolastico Regionale ER). The research aims firstly to recognise and identify the educational needs of the primary school classes involved (Bologna, Ferrara, Forlì) and, secondly, to test and disseminate ICT practices, strategies and methods which can concretely support the teaching and learning processes.

Caldin, R., Cinotti, A., Ferrari, L. (2013). The Laboratory For Inclusion Project (LAB-INT). Screening on learning to learn: inclusive educational approaches to support study methods in Primary School. REM, 2(December 2013), 91-105.

The Laboratory For Inclusion Project (LAB-INT). Screening on learning to learn: inclusive educational approaches to support study methods in Primary School

Cinotti, A;
2013

Abstract

Inclusion aims to change the traditional educational view, typically based on the “specialised answer to special needs” (focus on disables pupils), into an “ordinary answer to the needs of all”. The social model of disability and empowerment constructs consider the disabled pupils and their families to be at the centre of all decision-making processes. Evidently, school plays a key role in facilitating both the inclusion processes and the individualization and personalisation of learning, at the same time providing educational answers and teaching methods in line with the educational mission of “our” society. In this framework, the paper describes the research Screening on learning to learn: inclusive educational approaches to supporting study methods in Primary School carried out at the Department of Education, University of Bologna, in cooperation with the Regional Schools Department of Emilia Romagna (Ufficio Scolastico Regionale ER). The research aims firstly to recognise and identify the educational needs of the primary school classes involved (Bologna, Ferrara, Forlì) and, secondly, to test and disseminate ICT practices, strategies and methods which can concretely support the teaching and learning processes.
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inclusive education; teaching and learning; ICT; action learning; environment
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Caldin, R., Cinotti, A., Ferrari, L. (2013). The Laboratory For Inclusion Project (LAB-INT). Screening on learning to learn: inclusive educational approaches to support study methods in Primary School. REM, 2(December 2013), 91-105.
Caldin, R; Cinotti, A; Ferrari, L
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