Inclusive education for learning and intellectual development impairments in secondary schools
All means all! an Erasmus project for an Open Textbook on Diversity in Teacher Education
As part of an Erasmus partnership with the University of Bozen-Bolzano and the University of Maynooth, a project was acquired with the aim of developing an open textbook for teacher training that takes the various dimensions of heterogeneity into consideration.
Funded by Erasmus+ and the Internationalisation Fund of the University of Bremen.
More information: All-means-all.education.
The aim of inklusiv.digital is to develop and implement a modular infrastructure for cross-state and cross-phase OER content in teacher training. The focus is on the professionalisation and networking of teachers in inclusive schools. For reasons of sustainability, the project builds on an existing platform and add special functions for team collaboration. The project is a co-operation between people of nine different German federal states.inklusiv.digital is funded by "Digitalpakt Schule"
More information: inklusiv.digital
Fachdidaktik.inklusiv.digital works with experts from various school subjects to develop modular content as Open Educational Resources (OER) for student teachers, trainee teachers and teaching staff, which can be used in face-to-face or blended learning seminars as well as for self-study.
Funded by "Stiftung Innovation in der Hochschullehre"
More Information: inklusiv.digital/fachdidaktik-inklusiv-digital
Wort.Schule is a free, ad-free, inclusive dictionary for children and young people that takes the interests of learners into account. It is designed as an Open Educational Resource and endeavours to meet the needs of teachers and learners across all concepts.
In the future, Wort.Schule will be expanded to include other languages. We are looking for co-operation partners.
More information: wort.schule
path²in – Learning Paths for Inclusive Education
For the path²in project, over 30 experts were interviewed on more than 30 core topics of inclusive education. Their expertise is available as a video/podcast format as OER.
Funded by the ForStA project at the University of Bremen.
More information and links to the videos and podcasts can be found on the project page:
The EFA Room is a course room at the University of Bremen that has been designed to be barrier-free and to show how room design can support different didactic considerations. As a joint project of Faculty 12, the Inclusive Education Unit and University Didactics, the EFA Room promotes innovative and inclusive teaching and learning concepts.
EFA stands for: Exemplary For All, Equal For All, Easy For All or Education For All.
EFA is intended to serve as a model for inclusive learning spaces, to inspire and to show that it is not just about creating a single barrier-free space.
Funded by the University of Bremen. More information: https://efa.uni-bremen.de
Looking back to the future - Pathfinders for Inclusion Vol. 1 - 3
The aim of the book project, funded by the Max Traeger Foundation and the University of Bremen, is to grant access to the experiences of the first generation of academics in the field of German-language integration and inclusion research. The idea is to provide a link between the German "pathfinders" of inclusion and future generations of students.
The three volumes are also available for download as OpenAccess.
More information: blickzurücknachvorn.net