Inclusion at school and kindergarten

The basis for this part of the research comprises organized instruction and the consequences and solutions that this has for participation in community life.

Important topics are the concept of inclusive schools, the school or kindergarten as an organization and arena of instruction, school development, as well as personalized instruction and special teaching.

Furthermore, other important areas cover knowledge regimes, the construction and understanding of people with special needs for instruction, and asymmetry, power, and powerlessness between institutions and people.