The Inclusion and Learning Opportunity Project (ILOP) with interactive whiteboards and complex learning environments
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Pisanu, F. & Gentile, M. (2010). The Inclusion and Learning Opportunity Project (ILOP) with interactive whiteboards and complex learning environments. In Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2010 (pp. 2874-2879). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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In most Western countries, inclusive education is recognized by many practitioners and academics as an educational imperative of education systems and policies. In the last three years, an attempt to break from a research tradition which measures the quality of integration has been made by two national research projects. The project we are going to present in this paper, called Inclusion and Learning Opportunity Project (ILOP), reflects one of possible educational and research approaches aimed to design and managed a learning environment intentionally oriented to inclusion and learning opportunity. We present early results from four-stage cycle of non-participant classroom observation on different applied methodologies in real classroom settings using interactive whiteboards: cooperative learning, teach-ware based on verbal problem-solving, teacher’s skills of classroom management, scaffolding, direct teaching of learning strategies.
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