Published by: nasen

Published on: 14th January 2020

Call for papers has reopened! But hurry, submissions close 31st January 2020. 

nasen and UCL are both delighted to bring ISEC 2020 to the heart of London this year. The unique event that only takes place every five years will be between Monday 3rd – Wednesday 5th August 2020.

The event seeks to bring together academics, teachers, educational practitioners, parents and carers to share research, knowledge and practical experiences for the benefit and enrichment of young people living with special education needs and disabilities.

The organising committee have reopened the calling for abstract submissions that fall within one of the following themes:

  • Knowledge Exchange
  • Innovative Practices
  • Inclusion as Social Justice
  • Parents as Partners
  • Lifelong Inclusion

We hope to provide an exchange of knowledge between those in higher education and those in the schools, families, and communities that work directly with individuals who need additional support.

The closing date for submissions is Friday 31st January 2020. You can find out more about the abstract review process here.

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We are also delighted to announce the confirmed speakers for ISEC 2020:

  • Professor Lani Florian of University of Edinburgh 
    Keynote: New directions for inclusive and supportive education
  • Dr Lyman Dukes of the University of South Florida
    Keynote: Trends in transition for students with disabilities: Where do we go from here?
  • Dr Barbara Hong of Brigham Young University-Hawaii
    Don’t leave the parents out: Understanding the critical power of family partnerships
  • Professor Sigamoney Naicker of the National Commission for Education Support Services, South Africa
    Social justice in the developing world: Towards an inclusive pedagogy

Dr David Mitchell of the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand
Can we trust the evidence? A cross-examination of research into educating children with additional learning needs

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