Innovation in technology represents both challenges as well as opportunities for inclusive education. Such digital innovation helps to prepare learners of all ages, particularly with special needs (with disabilities, with immigrant background, from poor families) with the skills that enable them to integrate into education. It is necessary to consider how digital innovations change traditional models of learning and the balance between the development of skills and accumulation of knowledge. By using digital technologies individuals have opportunities to access information and manage their own learning, to communicate with peers and mentors, and to innovate, create and share new materials.
„Inclusive education is a process of strengthening the capacity of the education system to reach out to all learners. As an overall principle, it should guide all education policies and practices, starting from the fact that education is a basic human right and the foundation for European countries at the beginning; qualified teachers and social workers, methodology are missing (European Commission, 2014).
Inclusive Entrepreneurship is entrepreneurship that contributes to social inclusion to give all people an equal opportunity to start up and operate businesses. Particularly target groups in the inclusion process are those who are disadvantage and under-represented in entrepreneurship and self-employment, including youth, women, seniors, ethnic minorities and immigrants, disabled people and many other groups.
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