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Nouvelles pratiques en éducation

Nouvelles pratiques en éducation

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Using digital technologies to promoteinclusive practices in education
a Futurelab handbook
In April 2008, Becta commissioned Futurelab tocollect insights and guidance from exploration ofcurrent inclusive practices in primary, secondaryand FE education sectors. Teacher case studies,desk research and expert interviews inform themain corpus of this handbook.The purpose of the handbook is to provideeducators with guidance on using digitaltechnologies to promote inclusive practices inschools and colleges. In so doing, the handbookaddresses key educational agendas such aspersonalisation as reflected in the GilbertReview, the FE White Paper, Every Child Matters,Extended Schools and the Children’s Plan.Case studies have been chosen to illustratethe potential impact digital technologies canmake by widening access to learning andmaking possible new approaches to learning.Although the case studies provided are fromdifferent sectors, we encourage you to explorethe methods and activities used in each, asthese may offer new perspectives that youmay wish to consider in your own context.The main aims of this report are:
to summarise the evidence from research,policy and practice for the promotionof inclusive practices in schools and theFE sector
to highlight current inclusive practiceand the role digital technologies can playin supporting learners
to provide useful guidance on developinginclusive activities
to provide a directory of resources topromote inclusive practices across theeducation sectors.The audience for this report is likely to includeheadteachers, college principals, local authoritylead practitioners and teachers. We would like toacknowledge the following people for providinginsights into inclusive activities across practice,policy and academia: Anthony Bravo, RogerBroadie, James Buchanan-Dunlop, AdrianCarey, Tim Cook, Les Dix, Graeme Genty, RachelIreland, Jake Mansell, Desi McKeown, PaulNesbit, Myra O’Connell, David Williams.
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Key to themes
Futurelab understands that you may havespecific areas of interest and so, in orderto help you to determine the relevance ofeach project or publication to you, we havedeveloped a series of themes (illustrated byicons). These themes are not intended to coverevery aspect of innovation and education and,as such, you should not base your decision onwhether or not to read this publication on thethemes alone. The themes that relate to thispublication appear on the front cover, overleaf,but a key to all of the current themes that weare using can be found below:
Digital Inclusion
– How the designand use of digital technologies canpromote educational equality
Innovative Teaching
– Innovativepractices and resources thatenhance learning and teaching
Learning Spaces
– Creatingtransformed physical and virtualenvironments
Mobile Learning
– Learning on themove, with or without handheldtechnology
Learner Voice
– Listening and actingupon the voices of learners
Games and Learning
– Using gamesfor learning, with or without gamingtechnology
Informal Learning
– Learning thatoccurs when, how and where thelearner chooses, supported by digitaltechnologies
Learning in Families
– Children,parents and the extended familylearning with and from one another
For more information on our themes pleasego to
Dr Leila Walker, Futurelab withAnn Logan, education consultant
Futurelab 2009
1. Introduction to inclusive education
2. Framework for developing an inclusive institution
3. Education policy and ICT
4. Inclusive education policy drivers
5. Online resources

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