Inclusive Education and Effective Classroom Practice

This summary report from 2003 presents an overview of the findings of the Classroom and School Practice project, focusing on the primary school age phase.

The project focused on revealing, analysing, describing and disseminating classroom practices in inclusive settings in such a way that European teachers can implement inclusive practices on a wider scale in their classrooms. Furthermore, it addressed decision-makers within the educational system to offer the necessary conditions for teachers to become inclusive.

The study consisted of three phases. In the first phase, a literature review was conducted in the participating countries to reveal the state of the art of effective inclusive practices. This part of the project addressed the question: which practices have proven to be effective in inclusive education?

In the second phase, concrete examples of good practice were selected and described systematically.

In the final phase, exchanges between different countries were organised in order to maximise the transfer of knowledge and of good practice.

Download the report in one of 14 Agency languages as a PDF document using the links below.

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