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International Classroom Studies of Inclusive Practices - Comparing teaching-learning processes

How does the school teach in accordance with the pupils’ different levels of mastery and needs for support in the learning process - recourses, barriers and dilemmas?

About the Project

Purpose

The common theme of this research cooperation deals with development towards the inclusive school

Issues

How does the school teach in accordance with the pupils’ different levels of mastery and needs for support in the learning process? What are the recourses, barriers and dilemmas in the schools’ development towards inclusion?

Method/Design

Qualitative, mixed Methods.

Financing

Partly financed by WB 04/06. (2006). Development towards the Inclusive School: Practices – Research – Capacity Building: Universities of Belgrade, Ljubljana, Sarajevo, Skopje, Tuzla, Zagreb & Oslo. The cooperation has continued after the execution of the studies during writing of three anthologies (2013, 2014 and in press 2017).

Published Nov. 23, 2017 1:08 PM - Last modified Nov. 26, 2017 6:59 AM

Contact

Berit H. Johnsen, Associate Professor, Department of Special Needs Education

Participants

  • UoBelgrade: Dragan Rapaić, Professor, Goran Nedovic, Professor, Snezana Ilić, PhD Research Fellow, Irena Stojkovic, PhD, Assistant Professor
  • UoLjubljana: Stanislav Košir, Dr Scient, Damjana Kogovšek, Dr Scient & Martina Ozbič, Dr Scient, Associate Professor
  • UoSarajevo: Sadeta Zečić, Professor, Selma Džemidžić Kristiansen, Master of SNE,
  • UoZagreb: Ljiljana Igrić,Professor, Irma Čehić, PhD Research Fellow, Daniela Cvitković,PhD Research Fellow & Natalija Lisak, PhD Research Fellow
  • UoOslo: Berit H. Johnsen, Dr. Scient, Associate Professor.