Good Practices for equity and inclusion in Higher Education Year:
Dovigo F, Casanova L, Gairín Sallán, J, Pupponen H, Mäkelä T, Jerónimo M, Duarte A, Mangas C, Sousa S, Iucu R, Stîngu M, Marin E, Maurariu C, Olmos Rueda P, Rodríguez-Gómez D & Lucas L.Editor:
Fabio Dovigo, Laura Casanova (University of Bergamo, Italy)Publisher:
Collana Educazione Inclusiva - Inclusive Education Series Link: http://ddd.uab.cat/pub/llibres/2017/171121/A4A_BergConf_a2017.pdfKeywords:
Inclusion in education: a) is understood to concern a far wider range of learners vulnerable to exclusion than those identified as having disabilities or special educational needs; b) involves a curriculum for all that considers academic and social learning; curriculum goals and implementation should reflect this dual focus; c) is a process and not a state; educators will always need to move their work forward to enable the learning and participation of all learners.