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Denne bog sætter en ny dagsorden for inklustionsarbedet i skolen. Bogens fokus er, at alle elever skal støttes i at lære at kunne deltage aktivt i de sociale og faglige fællesskaber og derved realisere deres ret til deltagelse. De skal lære at handle og forhandle i forhold til den skolepraksis, som de er en del af, og med de forudsætninger og forsk...
The paper is based on a study of cross-professional collaboration in Denmark and its impact on inclusive school development. The study takes its starting point in the understanding that all kinds of schools constitute a social practice, which is created through inclusion and exclusion processes, and characterised by both individuality and diversity...
The educational field is traditionally characterized by a distinction between general and special education in educational practice, theory and research. Especially in cross-professional collaborative processes related to inclusion, it becomes evident that the professionals represent different perspectives and positions with different roles, functi...
The article presents the results of a review of international research investigating mechanisms and processes of inclusion and exclusion as an ongoing part of social practice in a school context. The review forms part of a research project investigating the social practices of inclusive education in primary and lower-secondary education (age 6–16)...
In this article, I will argue that a theoretical identification of the limit to inclusion is needed in the conceptual identification of inclusion. On the one hand, inclusion is formulated as a vision that is, in principle, limitless. On the other hand, there seems to be an agreement that inclusion has a limit in the pedagogical practice. However, t...