Inclusion – Education – Schools: Structural Analyses of Development
Social SciencesEducational sciences

The graduate school “Inclusion – Education – Schools: Structural Analyses of Development” is a collaboration between the Hans-Böckler-Stiftung and the Humboldt Initiative Structured Promotion at Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. It is the first graduate school in the German-speaking countries devoted to analyze policies, practices, and structural development of inclusion in education systems and aims on bringing doctoral candidates from different fields of the social sciences to collaborate across disciplinary boundaries.

Focus

Analyzing the development of inclusive schools is a major challenge for the German education system. The doctoral program focuses in a multidisciplinary approach on

  • Definitions of inclusion in educational policies
  • Governance and political processes in the German Länder
  • Didactic concepts for teaching diverse learners inclusive classes
  • Standards and benchmarks for individual school development


The curriculum will include theoretical and methodological approaches from interdisciplinary and international perspectives. To ensure mentoring of high quality, key researchers in this field will be invited to the program’s seminars, summer schools and conferences.

Prof. Dr. Vera Moser Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin analyse analysing doctoral programme programme’s

educational policies, inclusion in education systems, diverse learners

Contact Information

Chair:
Prof. Dr. Vera Moser
Coordinator:
HU Berlin
Institut für Rehabilitations-
wissenschaften
Georgenstr.36
10117 Berlin
Telephone:
+49 (0)30 2093 4267
Deadlines:
vary
Places:
16
Scholarships:
8
Uni:
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin