The effective use of ICT to support learning in inclusive education exemplifies good teaching for all learners.

Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has become part of everyday life for many people. It has an impact on many aspects of society, including education, training and employment. In particular, ICT is an enabling tool for people with disabilities and special needs.

The Agency’s ICT for Inclusion project (2012–2013) has examined what critical policy issues need to be addressed in order to ensure that all learners and teachers are able to effectively use ICT tools to support learning in inclusive settings.

Read the project’s full recommendations in the summary report addressed to policy makers and practitioners. For more information on this project, visit the project web area.


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