EARLI Centre for Innovative Research: Measuring and supporting students’ social participation: Innovating the field with behavioral data
|Duration||01/2018 – 12/2021|
|Funded by||European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction|
|Researchers||Dr. Julia Eberle|
In the present decade, inclusive education has gained significant attention, both among the public and in the research community. While academic achievements of students in inclusive learning settings are promising, the social participation of students with special educational needs (SEN) – inside and outside of the classroom – has become a more problematic issue. Finding ways to support students’ social participation is, therefore, a core challenge for inclusive education.
The 2018 E-CIR Group (accepted). Conception of the E-CIR “Measuring and supporting students’ social participation”. Poster accepted for presentation at the 2018 Biennial Meeting of EARLI SIG 15 – Special Educational Needs, Potsdam, Germany.