The theme for 2015 is “Universalizing School Agenda through Inclusive Approaches-Transition from Rhetoric to Reality”.
We will explore these ideas within the conference, encompassing current debates regarding policy, globalization, economic and social challenges, governance, leadership and management, pedagogic and learning development, curriculum adaptation, quality and space management, student experiences, graduate careers, public and private provision of inclusive education and how these factors impact on overall acceptability and promotion of Inclusive education across the globe.
Papers are invited for presentation under ten, but not limited to, broad research tracks. Submissions must be linked with one of the research lines specified to facilitate the development of a thematically streamed program. Authors should choose the domain which fits most closely with the content of the presentation. Papers will be scheduled for presentation under these broad research tracks.
- Inclusive education policy
- Inclusive teacher education
- Academic practice, work, careers and cultures
- Adaptations in curricula, instruction and assessment
- Student experiences and voices
- Management, leadership, governance and quality
- School and community collaboration
- Financing inclusive education
- Inclusion of out of school children
- Role of media in promotion of Inclusive Education
Selection of Research topics
This Conference welcomes submissions on all research topics and the selection of papers for presentation is based solely on quality of presentation as determined by the scientific committee.
Acceptance is subjected to peer-review
All submissions are subject to a rigorous and anonymous peer review process conducted by an international team of reviewers.