This self-reflective tool was designed to assist educational professionals (teachers, principals, support professionals…) in thinking about their professional practice, attitudes, knowledge and skills for inclusive pedagogy.
That process of reflection and exploration into one’s own professional practice is framed into the 4 core values and areas of competence of the Profile of Inclusive Teacher published by the EASNIE.
The purposes of this tool are:
- To inspire professionals to reflect on their commitment to each of the values and areas of competence,
- To identify critical beliefs, understandings and practices that are relevant for professionals’ learning for inclusion,
- To guide the identification of key learning targets and plan personal professional development.
This tool was developed within the scope of ProuD to Teach All, an ERASMUS+ project aimed at supporting teachers and school leaders to effectively teach all learners. It consists of 32 items, results from an analysis of
1. international good practices,
2. country policies and professional development programs,
3. a systematic review of studies implementing professional development programs for an inclusive pedagogy.
By rating each item from 1 ‘unimportant’ to 4 ‘very important’, as a professional you are led to think on what is more important for your professional development. You become aware of other values or areas of competence that should also take part of your professional development path.
At the end, you get a brief letter which confronts your own responses with the ones obtained from other professionals across Europe and main findings of the research.
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There is 1 question in this survey.