Multinclude: more than 70 ideas for inclusion

The Multinclude team met in late June to take stock of current activities and future planning. For the second time, we were guests of the Vienna Children’s University, on the university campus.

They were two days of intense work that made us reflect on what we learned from the collection of cases. In the analysis phase the NGO partners ECHO, will apply the Theory of Change to analyze the impact of the collected practices and how it can scale. From a first analysis some common characteristics emerged: small organizations have the greatest impact, only one partner fails to create impact and a network of actors is needed, many of the collected practices have the purpose of counteracting early dispersion and have characteristics of intersectionality .

In the coming months, the analysis work will be published, which will be the basis for the creation of the tool that the project will develop for the self-assessment of a school’s inclusive capacity.

On the site multinclude.eu there are 71 ideas for inclusion available through the search engine that form the foundation of the project.

These cases will be the basis of the Learning Community to which we invite you to register where you can ask questions to the authors of the cases and possibly suggest others cases.

In the meantime, if you have lost them you can take advantage of this quiet period to review the three webinars we have already realized that tell cases real inclusion.

You can read the first stories of inclusion: one speaks of the school in hospital in Hungary and one speaks of the beautiful project “The Grammar of Fantastic” and in particular of a case of selective mutism one of the good practices highlighted by the DSchola association.

When the school starts again we will present the webinar on Technology and Inclusion, organized by Dschola together with all the other communication and dissemination actions foreseen by the project.

Stay tuned!

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