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‘Reaching the ‘hard to reach’: Child -teacher dialogue to promote inclusion in classrooms’ free event Hosted by School of Education, University of Southampton
26/11/2020 - 15:00 to 17:00Free
Join us in this free event to:
- Learn about the findings of a three-year study (2017-2020) that involved schools in five European countries
- Hear first-hand experiences from teachers and children in Southampton who participated in the study
- Have the opportunity to listen to key researchers who were involved: Professors Kiki Messiou (University of Southampton – project lead) and Mel Ainscow (University of Manchester – methodological consultant.
- Receive a free pack of materials that you can use within your school.
This innovative approach involves children becoming researchers and working collaboratively with their teachers in order to design lessons that include all pupils, particularly those who might be seen as ‘hard to reach’.
Who is this event for?
- Primary, special and secondary school teachers
- Policy makers
- Support staff
- Researchers and educational consultants
This is a free event. Please, book by 15th November 2020 via https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/child-teacher-dialogue-to-promote-inclusion-in-classrooms-registration-124293584457
The event will be hosted via zoom. Four days before the event you will receive a link for your own use only in order to access the event.
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