Inclusive education

Preparing Teachers in Asia-Pacific for Inclusive Education. ©UNESCO Bangkok 2012
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Preparing Teachers in Asia-Pacific for Inclusive Education

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Asia and the Pacific

In Asia and the Pacific, learners from diverse backgrounds and abilities are an everyday reality in classrooms of many countries. The main challenge is how to promote and apply inclusive practices in classrooms, and in particular how to include the concept of inclusion into pre-service teacher education to provide a quality education for all.

Organized by UNESCO Bangkok, regional experts from Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, Lao PDR, Mongolia, Nepal, Thailand and Viet Nam recently discussed these issues at a meeting on ‘Inclusive Education through Quality Teacher Education in Asia-Pacific' in Bangkok

on this subject: Asia-Pacific experts unfold inclusion gaps in teacher education system

Place/Country: UNESCO Bangkok office
Type: News
Credits: UNESCO Bangkok, producer.
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