The aim of the ISER Group is to develop and support a community of scholars (academics and research students) with a shared interest in promoting and disseminating research into the participation, belonging, learning and achievement of all children and young people in early childhood, compulsory and post-compulsory educational settings. Members of the group are also interested in the implications of better understanding incusive practices and pedagogies for inclusive communities, lifelong learning, teacher (and other professional) education and professional learning and development.
ISER is a research group with membership across the UC College of Education, Health and Human Development. ISER membership includes staff who are established researchers in the field of inclusive and /or special education as well as research students whose theses are in related areas.
ISER researchers bring both breadth of professional experiences and depth of theoretical backgrounds to their approaches to inclusive and special education. Theoretical and conceptual backgrounds include: educational psychology, counseling, cognitive neuroscience, learning and behavioural difficulties. sociology, disability studies, parental involvement, culturally responsive pedagogy, policy studies, curriculum development, educational and psychological assessment.
The Inclusive Education Summit 2016 (TIES)
8-10 July 2016
TIES 2016 was proudly hosted by UC.
For more information email Professor Missy Morton