Why inclusive education matters
Festival of Inclusive Education: On Demand
Session details & slides
Digital tools have an integral role to play in helping students to access and engage fully in learning. In this keynote address, Nic will look at some of the barriers within education and how we can address these. She’ll look at the whole-school approach to inclusive education, and how schools can build an effective support system using tools which are necessary for some but beneficial for all.
Nic Ponsford, is dedicated to transforming the lives of underrepresented young people and ‘usualising’ difference. She is an experienced interviewee and speaker, a Doctorate Researcher #CEMPDOC, a Fellow of both the RSA and IESE for work in education and inclusion, and an award-winning ed-tech leader with a demonstrated history both in the classroom and in the e-learning industry.
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