by Silvia Baldiris
On Thursday, May 6, 2014, early afternoon in Medellin, Colombia, approximately 30 teachers, currently enrolled in the Master of Information and Communication Technology program at the Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana, gathered in a small room to discuss how to create inclusive lessons for their students and how to support students with diverse needs and preferences in the classroom. However, for many of the teachers, neither the university where they studied primary or secondary education nor the people who lead their schools have offered training that would help them consider all their students’ needs and address diversity in their classrooms. That is the reality for many teachers, not only in Latin America, but also around the world.
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