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The power of teacher collaboration

We are all aware of that proverb, ‘Unity is strength’. When we come together we can achieve great things than we can’t individually. It is not just the students but teachers too can and should collaborate to teach.

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Professional development for inclusive education: insights from India

Gateway is committed to building an inclusive future for our children. This article, which is published in the International Journal of Inclusive Education, is our attempt to contribute to the bank of inclusive education practices for the Indian context.

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Examining the technical adequacy and efficacy of FABLe to identify students at-risk for reading difficulties in India

FABLe continues to grow! Read our latest article published in Asia Pacific Education Review which examines the technical adequacy of the tool and shares some preliminary benchmarks in foundational reading for India.

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Identification of Learning Disabilities in India: Current Challenges and Issues

We are excited to share an article published in the international journal, Intervention in School and Clinic, and written in collaboration with Dr. Apoorva Panshikar from SNDT University, Mumbai. In this article, we explore the current status of identification of learning disabilities in India. We highlight trends and challenges in the field and make suggestions for the way forward.

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UNESCO Research

Gateway was featured in a research report commissioned by UNESCO, New Delhi and prepared by a team of researchers at Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS). The team from TISS asked Gateway to share a case study regarding the use of technology or assistive devices in schools. Ms. Khadija Rangwala shared about the use of computer readers with the IGCSE batch from  ast year, how it not only supported them as accommodation in an exam, but also acts as a means to access information throughout their lives.

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