|R+D Project: Ways of Grouping Students and the relationship between this and school success. (See more)|
|R+D Project: The improvement of coexistence and learning in primary and secondary schools containing immigrant students. (See more)|
|Research project: Family participation in primary schools. A tool for the transformation of sexist stereotypes. (See more)|
|Doctoral paper of Maria del Mar Ramis. (See more)|
|Doctoral Thesis of Maria del Mar Ramis. (See more)|
|Doctoral paper of Rocío García. (See more)|
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Project entitled Formas de agrupación del alumnado y su relación con eléxito escolar: “Mixture”, “Streaming” e Inclusión. [Ways of Grouping Students and the relationship between this and school success: “Mixture”, “Streaming” and Inclusion]. This project arose based on the results obtained from the first year of the implementation of the Includ-ed project in relation to “mixture”, “streaming” and inclusion. Therefore this project was proposed in order to analyse these three ways of grouping the students in Spanish schools and its connection with academic success.
Therefore, this project is based on the results and scientific contributions of the Includ-ed project, providing greater strength to the project, as well as consolidating its results at a scientific level. It also ensures that the project is disseminated and acts as a role model for new research.
Main researcher: Dr. Rosa Valls. Professor of Pedagogy in the Universitat de Barcelona, Member of the Includ-ed Consortium.
R+D Project: The improvement of coexistence and learning in primary and secondary schools containing immigrant students
The project entitled La mejora de la convivencia y el aprendizaje en los centros educativos de primaria y secundaria con alumnado inmigrante [The improvementof coexistence and learning in primary and secondary schools containing immigrant students]. This project is funded by the Ministry of Education and Science and is funded under the Mode A system, which specifies that research projects will be awarded to young talented researchers, who have made significant and promising scientific and technical contributions which are different and innovative. The objective of this project is to analyse which elements or educational practices increase school failure and coexistence problems in compulsory primary and secondary schools and which ones promote academic success and improved coexistence despite containing high numbers of immigrant students. In that sense, this project provides evidence of the contributions related to educational practices that the Includ-ed project is making.
Main researcher: Dr. Carme García Yeste, Lecturer in Pedagogy in the Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Member of the Includ-ed Consortium
Research project: Family participation in primary schools. A tool for the transformation of sexist stereotypes.
The Institut Català de les Dones [Catalan Institute for Women] in the Catalan government financed a project entitled La participació de les famílies als centres educatius de Primària. Una eina de transformació dels estereotips sexistes [Family participation in primary schools. A tool for the transformation of sexist stereotypes]. The main objective of this project is to identify and analyse the way in which the participation of the educational community, specifically that of women in the school, is contributing to the transformation of gender stereotypes. This has a special impact on women from cultural minorities. This project goes along the same lines as the Includ-ed project as far as its methodology is concerned, and is in keeping with the contributions and results which are being published based on the Includ-ed project.
Main researcher: Dr. Carme García Yeste. Member of the Includ-ed Consortium.
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