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Inclusive Education: Making It Happen - Shared screen with speaker view
Nancy
41:18
Captions available here: https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=GLAD-IEWG
Roos Sprangers
41:28
Roos Sprangers Liliane Fund
Joseph Roseveare
42:21
Joseph Roseveare - CBMHello everyone!
Sue Swenson
43:42
Hi all — Sue Swenson from Inclusion International
Bailey Lee
44:20
Hi all- I’m Bailey Lee, a doc student in special education at University of Oregon
Carita Murtonen
44:27
Greetings from Finland! Carita Murtonen from Fida International
Johanna Kurki
44:38
Hello all, I am Johanna Kurki from Disability Partnership Finland.
Casey Recabarren
44:46
Hello everyone. Casey Recabarren, Inclusive Education team at Humanity & Inclusion
David Towell
44:50
Hello from London. Important stuff! David Towell
Federica Settimi
44:59
https://gladnetwork.net/search/resources/2022-glad-infographic-inclusive-education-making-it-happen
Federica Settimi
45:07
The new infographic go the GLAD Inclusive Education working group can be found at this link: https://gladnetwork.net/search/resources/2022-glad-infographic-inclusive-education-making-it-happen
Carlyn Foreman
45:08
Carlyn Foreman, Education Director at the Massachusetts Down syndrome Congress
Germain Weber
45:16
Hello everyone from Vienna. Germain Weber
Jumoke Alagbe
45:40
Hello Everyone. Greetings from Sightsavers! Jumoke Alagbe
Jen Bokoff
45:53
Good morning, Jen Bokoff with Disability Rights Fund/ Disability Rights Advocacy Fund calling in from Chicago USA. Nice to share virtual space with you all!
Miriam Gallegos
46:25
Hello everyone from Ecuador
Richard Rieser
46:29
Greetings from World of Inclusion and Commonwealth Disabled People's Forum Richard Rieser
Mengistu Wolde
46:29
Greetings every one from Ethiopia. From Nia Foundation, Mengistu Wolde!
Edwige Musabe
46:42
Hello. My name is Edwige Musabe from Rwanda representing Rwanda Down Syndrome Organization
Elise Bjåstad
47:03
Greetings from Norwegian Association of Disabled in Oslo, Norway
Olmedo Zambrano
47:38
Greetings from Ecuador!
Tavrick Lawless
47:48
Hello from Kansas. USA.
Firehiwot
47:59
Greetings from Ethiopia!
Olajumoke Otitoloju
48:09
Hello everyone,from IYANIWURA CHILDREN CARE FOUNDATION; NIGERIA.
Paul Mtimavalye
48:12
Greetings From Tanzania, Paul Aaron, representing IBO-Italia
Emily Mwanza
48:15
Greetings from Amman, Jordan.
Kamila SKOWYRA
48:20
Hello, I'm Kamila Skowyra, member of Inclusion Down Belgium.
Zulfiqar Ali
48:30
Hello I'm Zulfiqar from Pakistan
Zulfiqar Ali
48:54
zulfiqar155@gmail.com
Judith Kiwale
49:12
Thank you Paul and Diane. Joining from Tanzania
Anthony Ford-Shubrook
49:38
Hello from london
Dorodi Sharma
50:34
Hello everyone, I am Dorodi Sharma (she/her) from the International Disability Alliance joining from Delhi, India.
Niluka Gunawardena
51:41
Hi everyone! I am Niluka Gunawardena - an educator from Sri Lanka :)
Ethel Nanayakkara
51:42
Hello everyone and thank you. Ethel from Sri Lanka
Kamila SKOWYRA
54:34
Would you have the infographic in French? Thank you!
Federica Settimi
55:28
L’infographie est aussi en Français
Federica Settimi
55:30
https://gladnetwork.net/search/resources/2022-glad-infographic-inclusive-education-making-it-happen
Kamila SKOWYRA
55:39
Merci!!!
Federica Settimi
55:45
La infografica es también en español https://gladnetwork.net/search/resources/2022-glad-infographic-inclusive-education-making-it-happen
Federica Settimi
56:36
инфографика также доступна на русском языке: https://gladnetwork.net/search/resources/2022-glad-infographic-inclusive-education-making-it-happen
Olmedo Zambrano
56:42
Thanks!
Federica Settimi
58:03
يتوفر مخطط المعلومات الرسومي أيضًا باللغة الروسية: https://gladnetwork.net/search/resources/2022-glad-infographic-inclusive-education-making-it-happen
Federica Settimi
58:26
يتوفر مخطط المعلومات الرسومي أيضًا باللغة العربية: https://gladnetwork.net/search/resources/2022-glad-infographic-inclusive-education-making-it-happen
Jody Carr
01:01:42
Hi Jody Carr here from Canada. Well done all.
Mónica Cortés
01:03:25
great job we need school for all
Katharina Pfortner
01:04:30
so true: education should be inclusive always!! this should be the regular situation
Mónica Cortés
01:04:34
armando the world
Katharina Pfortner
01:04:45
hi to all from Katharina Pfortner, Nicaragua
Mónica Cortés
01:04:56
in all the latín american countries
Basma Mansour
01:06:19
Thank you Asma ,very interesting contribution !
Ana María Martorella
01:06:53
Thank you ! Greetings from Argentina!
Asma Maladwala
01:07:33
Education Sector Analysis Methodological Guidelines Vol 3 - https://www.unicef.org/reports/education-sector-analysis
Asma Maladwala
01:08:02
Accessible Digital Learning Portal: https://accessibledigitallearning.org/
Jen Bokoff
01:08:20
Really interesting remarks so far, thanks to the speakers! I thought I’d share a list of OPDs that we support who are working on inclusive education - https://drafund.org/grants/directory/ (use the search filter with “education”). We’re eager to keep deepening our grantmaking in this arena.
Jacob Olusanya
01:10:11
It will be helpful and more productive to identify settings in LMICs where inclusive education is being operationalized as case studies.
Charlotte Pyke
01:10:38
Hi all-Excellent work being done! Charlotte Pyke, Inclusion Canada + Inclusive Education Canada
Julia McGeown IDDC / HI
01:12:37
Jacob - to your point, please stay tuned for country based examples
Asma Maladwala
01:14:44
Also sharing the new UNICEF report on children with disabilities - https://data.unicef.org/resources/children-with-disabilities-report-2021/
Dorodi Sharma
01:16:16
Agree with the interventions so far. Thank you for reiterating that education by default must be inclusive of all learners including learners with disabilities. The position of the International Disability Alliance on Article 24 of the CRPD (inclusive education) is similar. Please visit this page for more info on our IDA Inclusive Education Flagship Initiative https://www.internationaldisabilityalliance.org/ie-flagship
Sophia D'Angelo
01:16:17
For more on the World Bank’s four criteria for disability inclusive education project design see here: https://documents1.worldbank.org/curated/en/712711627321467972/pdf/Criteria-for-the-World-Bank-s-Disability-Inclusive-Investment-Project-Financing-IPF-in-Education.pdf
Dorodi Sharma
01:17:06
You can find the IDA global report on inclusive education here: https://www.internationaldisabilityalliance.org/ida-inclusive-education-2020
Dorodi Sharma
01:17:55
You can find a compilation of evidence gathered by OPDs on progress towards SDG 4 and CRPD Article 24 here: https://www.internationaldisabilityalliance.org/our-right-to-education
Dorodi Sharma
01:18:41
You can read the IDA technical paper on Universal Design for Learning and its role in inclusive education here: https://www.internationaldisabilityalliance.org/content/universal-design-learning-udl-and-its-role-ensuring-access-inclusive-education-all-technical
Asma Maladwala
01:19:21
Here are some recent country case studies on progress in inclusive education: https://www.unicef.org/documents/planning-inclusion-nepal ; https://www.unicef.org/documents/ensuring-inclusive-education-during-pandemic-and-beyond-dominican-republic ; https://www.unicef.org/documents/championing-inclusive-practices-children-disabilities-ghana ; https://www.unicef.org/indonesia/reports/compendium-of-good-practices
Jen Bokoff
01:20:49
Since we can’t save the chat, will comments becompiled and shared out in a follow up email? There’s a lot I want to read!
Federica Settimi
01:22:55
We will send the links to the GDS Secretariat and request we can have the recording and this material on their website, thank you for raising that.
Casey Recabarren
01:27:02
Here is a link to a resource created by HI that reflects the conversation here about working across sectors and levels: https://blog.hi.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Study2020_Inclusive-Educ_Lets-Break-Silos_EN_FINAL.pdf
Rosica Koleva
01:27:09
Also, a positive step in N.Macedonia was the creation of a Concept paper for Inclusive Education and a multi-stakeholder development of Standards for Inclusion (to be piloted by teachers in schools).
Diane Richler
01:28:20
Can you post a link to the concept paper from N. Macedonia?
Federica Settimi
01:28:44
Link refer to UNRWA presentation (happening now): https://www.unrwa.org/sites/default/files/inclusive%20education%20policy.pdf
Rosica Koleva
01:30:10
Unfortunately only available in Macedonian but here it is: https://mon.gov.mk/stored/document/Koncepcija%20za%20inkluzivno.pdf
Federica Settimi
01:30:36
UNRWA strategy: https://www.unrwa.org/sites/default/files/unrwa_inclusive_education_strategy_2013.pdf
Sreerupa Mitra
01:30:46
https://www.accessibletextbooksforall.org/piloting-countries
Judith Kiwale
01:31:54
Useful contribution about addressing stigma by engaging the communities Frosse. Please share a link to the tools. Thank you
Niluka Gunawardena
01:31:55
Thank you for sharing all these fantastic resources
Julia McGeown IDDC / HI
01:32:13
don't worry we are compiling the resources if you can't keep up!
Jacob Olusanya
01:32:38
Excellent presentation Frosse.
Jen Bokoff
01:32:50
Thanks Julia! I can’t! 🙂
Mandisa Qongqo
01:33:07
It would be fantastic to have have access to these powerful resources
Asma Maladwala
01:33:15
UNICEF also developed a series of technical booklets covering different components of an inclusive education system as well as teacher training guides. All can be found here - https://www.unicef.org/eca/education
David Towell
01:33:43
Clearly we have very many high quality contributions to this webinar from the global level. Even so I am surprised that although 'quality' education is mentioned occasionally, there is very little attention to what quality means (unless it is synonymous with inclusion.). But SDG4 identifies three axis, quality, equity and inclusion. What happened to quality?
Paul Mtimavalye
01:34:02
Frosse please share the links to the toolkits
Julia McGeown IDDC / HI
01:36:52
David, I think we would all agree of the importance of quality education, and true inclusive education should indeed be quality education, for all learners. It's a good point to underline this indeed. It's not just about access to education, it's about quality teaching and learning.
Richard Rieser
01:38:37
The info graphic does say all means all, but how does this develop agency for young disabled peoplwAND THEIR NON-DISABLED PEERS. For me the biggest learning resource in any class is the students disabled and non-disabled. How are staff empowed to facilitate this crucial child centred approach?
Richard Rieser
01:38:56
How do you DEAL WITH SCEPTISM OF EDUCATION PROFESSIONALS TRAINED IN SPECIAL NEEDS ROOTED IN DEFICIT MODEL AT TRAINING SESSIONS?
Asma Maladwala
01:38:58
Absolutely, David and Julia. Quality is key. This is why it's important to ensure the second track of the twin-track approach that includes strengthening individual supports, teacher capacity on UDL and inclusive pedagogy, provision of AT, among others.
Julia McGeown IDDC / HI
01:40:36
One more resource to share : we have talked about specific individual supports that may be required for learners with disabilities including assistive technology. ICT can play an important role in this, but only when conditions are right. https://hi.org/sn_uploads/document/Factsheet-EN-ICT-Inclusive-Education-2022.pdf
Paula Malan
01:41:13
I believe UNRWAs toolkit for teachers is not available online but the inclusive education modules for the school based teacher development programme are, here's the link: https://www.unrwa.org/sites/default/files/the_inclusive_approach_to_teaching_and_learning.pdf
Frosse Dabit
01:44:07
https://www.unrwa.org/what-we-do/inclusive-education#:~:text=WHAT%20IS%20INCLUSIVE%20EDUCATION%3F,to%20reach%20their%20full%20potential.
Dorodi Sharma
01:45:52
Thank you for the great presentations so far. Unfortunately have to drop off for another side event. We look forward to receiving the recording and other links.
Firehiwot
01:46:25
Hope the organizers will share all this important resource links in one email. thanking inadvace.
Nancy
01:47:43
We will send a follow up email to participants with a link to the recording, presentations and resources shared.
Faith Lemon
01:47:53
https://www.newtimes.co.rw/news/rwanda-accedes-marrakesh-treaty-deepen-inclusiveness-persons-disability
Jumoke Alagbe
01:48:05
Thank you Nancy, that would be very helpful.
Faith Lemon
01:50:47
Well said, Donatilla! Here are some more examples of RUB’s successes to advance IE in Rwanda (in partnership with other grantees including Rwanda Union of the Deaf and NUDOR)… https://disabilityrightsfund.org/advocating-inclusive-education-rwanda/ and https://www.newtimes.co.rw/news/braille-and-sign-language-curriculum-be-introduced-rwandan-schools
Jen Bokoff
01:51:05
Donatilla, thanks for your amazing leadership.
Nancy
01:58:24
info@inclusion-international.org
Sonja Wiemann
01:58:49
send to ngabojose07@gmail.com
Pamela Matamoros
01:58:50
thank you
Faith Lemon
01:58:51
Many thanks!