Zero Project launches call for nominations on Inclusive education and/or ICTs
Education is the fundamental process by which societies transmit their accumulated information and knowledge, in which Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) play an increasingly important role.
Hence, the Zero Project 2016 is focusing on Inclusive education and/or ICTs, and our call for nominating innovative practices and policies has just been launched!
Any type of inclusive education project or policy can be nominated, from any field of education (formal, non-formal and informal) and any level of education (early childhood care and education; primary, secondary and tertiary education; vocational training; adult education and lifelong learning), including those innovations that facilitate the transition from segregation and integration to inclusion.
As well, any possible type of ICT can be nominated, such as: apps, software, websites and the internet in general, computers, telephony, ATMs, maps, television, voting machines, electronic kiosks, public displays, or consumer devices with digital interfaces.
You know about an outstanding practice or policy? Nominate it!
Submitting a nomination is easy: Read the instructions, complete the nomination form (available in other languages by June 26th) and then send the nomination form to: [email protected] by July 27, 2015 (23:59 CET).