Transforming inclusive education: Key elements for the mobilization of knowledge from educational research
Keywords:knowledge mobilization, inclusive education, educational research, teacher training
The study focuses on knowing which elements of knowledge mobilization condition the relationship between theory and practice in research and teaching on inclusive education. This is a descriptive study in which 27 researchers from 10 Spanish universities participated, through four focus groups. The results focus on three components of knowledge mobilization: orientation to change; co-construction of knowledge and effective horizontal communication. The conclusions point to the need to generate hybrid spaces for research and practice, recovering the emancipatory mission of the university, from critical and participatory approaches to research and teaching, with clear implications for educational policies.
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