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  • NSingal
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    Dipti many thanks for taking the time to share such diverse and rich perspectives. The points you raise about the whole system working together is so crucial. The reflections from teachers are very pertinent and resonate closely with the kind of findings emerging from empirical studies conducted by members of my research group. We need to listen to teachers and not just train them, change their attitude but also provide them support structures and an enabling environment in which they can enact the many policies.

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    Thanks Krishna for your very useful reflections.

    The notion of empowering teachers with skills and training is a positive one and it does resonate a lot with the approaches that get adopted in the field. I wonder if people have any ideas and/or experience of  working with “teacher support” in classrooms? So not just training teachers but actually thinking about building collaborative models of support in the classroom where teachers can draw on expertise and help from others in the school/wider system to develop and strengthen inclusive practices. I am thinking of models which use itinerant teachers and other such support.

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    Thanks for you reflections Raghuraman- I like the notion of the “humane factor in the curriculum”.

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