This Centre has been replaced in Summer 2015 by the Centre for Research in Inclusion.
The Centre for Research in Inclusion at Southampton Education School comprises researchers and educators representing a breadth of research and practice aimed at understanding and supporting the inclusion of children and adults, families and practitioners in education and communities. Centre members support the use and further understanding of inclusive, participatory, practitioner-based or emancipatory methodologies. We work in the areas of:
A recent review by Dr Sarah Parsons of best educational practice for children on the autism spectrum has entered Routledge's Class of 2012, its most downloaded articles: European Journal of Special Needs Education, 26, 1.
Recent research carried out by Dr Kalwant Bhopal suggests that racism in UK academia remains as prevalent as it was 20 years ago. Of 65 academics interviewed for the study, the overwhelming majority said they had experienced some kind of racism, either direct or indirect. Only two said gender had had more of an impact on their careers than race. See the article published in the Times Higher Education.
|Developing an educational model for girls with complex special educational needs (Nind) - Dormant||Dormant|
|Quality and capacity in inclusive research with people with learning disabilities (Nind) - Dormant||Dormant|
|Evidence-based programmes for promotion and prevention in mental health (Nind) - Dormant||Dormant|
|Parents' choice of special and inclusive early years settings (Nind) - Dormant||Dormant|
|International review of the literature of evidence of best practice provision in the education of persons with autistic spectrum disorders (Parsons)||Active|
|How should education be provided to children and young people with autism to prepare them for good adult outcomes? (Parsons) - Dormant||Dormant|
|Concepts of access for people with learning disabilities: towards a shared understanding (Nind) - Dormant||Dormant|
|What are the educational aims of modern foreign language teaching in primary schools in England? (Woodgate-Jones) - Dormant||Dormant|
|Experiences of young children with learning disabilities attending both special and inclusive preschools (Nind) - Dormant||Dormant|
|Methodological Innovation in the Social Sciences (Nind) - Dormant||Dormant|
|Towards equal and active citizenship: pushing the boundaries of participatory research with people with learning disabilities (Nind) - Dormant||Dormant|
|‘Retail Sector Competencies’ (ReSeCo): Developing self and social competencies in vocational training for the retail sector (Brockmann)||Active|
|PRICE (Participation and Responsible Innovation in Co-Design for Exchange)||Active|
|The pedagogy of methodological learning (Nind)||Active|