The re-registration period for the associated research groups ends in December 2018
According to the plan started in June, each research group associated with the IRIE must be linked to a consolidated research group, which works on similar lines and which makes it a reference within the Institute.
From January 7, 2019, all the activities that the associated groups want to do with the IRIE (training with recognition from the Ministry of Education and University, reservation of spaces, etc.) must have the endorsement of the IP of the consolidated research group to which they are linked.
The researchers responsible for the associated groups who have not yet made contact with the consolidated groups that are to serve as their reference can do so before the end of the month. The IRIE website has a list of groups and lines of research they work on and the name of the researcher responsible.
The main goal of the course is to provide up-to-date, science-based tools for intervention with people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), from screening, collaboration in assessment to practice for the improvement of communication and behavior with students with ASD, mentioning the different professional roles involved and the collaboration with families
The World Education Monitoring Report (GEM Report) is an annual report with editorial independence, based on empirical data and prepared by the UNESCO-based GEM Report team in Paris. . The Report tracks progress in achieving the education goals of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted by the United Nations Member States in September 2015. Its mandate derives from the World Forum on Education and the 2030 Education Action Framework.
This concept note presents the topic of the 2020 GEM Report, inclusion. It is a working document, intended to lay the groundwork for further consultations, to stimulate debate and to gather information from the parties involved in the Report. The report's definition of inclusive education is presented, a framework for action is proposed around key elements of inclusion, and some issues related to measurement are raised.