Welcome to e-include, the e-journal of Inclusion Europe.
|Inclusion Europe has recently conducted a research on inclusive education in social media and identified many interesting pages on Facebook, Twitter and Youtube. To further promote inclusive education, we have decided to share the results of our research. You will find below a selection of pages dedicated to inclusive education together with a short description of their contents.|
This community page is a space for all interested people to share information, comment or advocate for the inclusion of all children in schools regardless of their gender, religion, ethnicity, ability.
Inclusive Education SIG
The Inclusive Education Special Interest Group was formed in 2008 to develop a community that is deeply committed to the philosophical principles of Inclusive Education.
Alliance for Inclusive Education (ALLFIE)
The Alliance for Inclusive Education is a campaigning network led by Disabled people, which seeks out and draws together individuals, families, groups and organisations who believe in the principles of inclusion. For more information please go to www.allfie.org.uk
Parents for Inclusive Education (PIE)
This community page was created by a group of parents, educators, and advocates, working to ensure inclusion is a viable option for students with disabilities in New York City public schools.
New Era High School Inclusive Education (Philippines)
The focal point of the Special Education Program in New Era High School is to address the issue of enhancing the participation of children with special needs through an integrated and appropriate intervention. This page is regularly updated and contains a lot of information about their activities with children.
AFFIE- The Anna Foundation for Inclusive Education
This page was created by a USA non-profit organization dedicated to providing educational enhancements for people who have different learning abilities and who are in an inclusive setting in their school. In addition, the Anna Foundation also provides materials to help better instruct people with different learning abilities and we provide inclusive social opportunities to students with and without "special needs". A training program for education professionals is being created for implementation in 2011. More information on http://www.affie.org/
New Jersey Coalition for Inclusive Education (NJCIE)
NJCIE was founded in 1989 by parents and professionals to promote quality, inclusive education. More information about their activities: http://njcie.net/
Adriana Pérez C.: Expert and promoter of inclusive education for people with disabilities (in Spanish): http://twitter.com/#!/inclusion_educ
Young Voices - young people's view on inclusive education
14 minute long documentary on what young people themselves think about inclusion and exclusion in school. Here represented by young disabled and non-disabled people in from three schools in Uganda and Tanzania practising inclusion.
The Inclusive Classroom
This video affords insights into the 'inclusive education' from the perspectives of parents, teachers and even the students.
Inclusive education in Armenia
This video is about an inclusive school in Armenia's capital Yerevan.
Mia Farah inclusive Education
This short video about inclusive education is supported by the Lebanese Association for Self-Advocacy.
Global Conference on Inclusive Education
This is the video of the Global Meeting on Inclusive Education Salamanca 2009 organised by Inclusion Europe. Some of the participants of the meeting explain why Inclusive Education is important and they share experiences in their countries.