Inclusive Didactics in Practice

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Inclusive Didactics in Practice

Examples of successful schools

Issued by Kersten Reich

new 1st ed. published 2017. 211 pages All rights available

Beltz

Inclusive Didactics in Practice

Examples of successful schools

• Inclusion as a program – real life examples


This book ties in with Kersten Reich’s "Inclusive Didactics" (Beltz 2014). The ten building blocks for inclusive schools were presented therein; here, they are explained in detail using concrete examples, and their practical viability is examined. Looking at nine schools that have managed to win numerous awards (including the “Deutscher Schulpreis” and the “Jakob Muth Preis”), the authors show how inclusion can be implemented as a program in real-life schools, regardless of the obstacles.

The ten building blocks for inclusive didactics are:
• relationships and teams
• democratic and equal-opportunity school
• full, properly scheduled day
• environment conducive to learning
• teaching for special needs
• differentiated assessment
• suitable school architecture
• counseling
• supervision and evaluation
• qualifying school


Target group
Teachers from all types of schools, school administrators, multi-professional teams, special education teachers, educationalists