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Chapter 23: Researching Inclusive Classroom Practices: The Framework for Participation

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Researching Inclusive Classroom Practices: The Framework for Participation
Researching Inclusive Classroom Practices: The Framework for Participation
Kristine Black-Hawkins

This chapter examines the important but complex task of undertaking research into inclusive classroom practices. It does so by looking in detail at the Framework of Participation, which offers one particular approach to this work. The Framework is a research tool intended to support teachers (and other researchers), who seek to understand how and why their classroom practices do, and do not, support the inclusion and achievement of all learners. First, the overarching structure of the Framework is presented, and then the principles underpinning this are discussed. The chapter ends with a description of using the Framework in practice. Throughout the methodological implications and challenges of researching in this area are explored.

Challenging Research into Inclusive Classroom Practices

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