Accompanying evaluation of the inclusive classes at the Elbschule (EIKE)
Description: Inclusion of students with hearing disabilities reveals the key role of communication and, at the same time, shows that it becomes one of the biggest barriers in inclusion. For school development, this requires changing the framework conditions in such a way that the communicative participation experience of students with hearing disabilities is possible. The model of so-called "inclusive classes" offers hearing students and students with hearing disabilities to be taught together in the Hearing and Communication Education Centers. The study evaluates this model with the following questions:
- What are the effects of individual personal, social and linguistic-communicative skills of the students?
communicative abilities of the students on the joint learning?
- Do the students feel integrated?
- How should learning planning for joint instruction be designed and how can optimal coordination be achieved?
- Which organizational framework conditions are necessary for an optimal process?
Project management: Prof. Dr. Barbara Hänel-Faulhaber
Cooperation partner: Elbschule Hamburg (Coordination: Maike Rohlfs)
Scientific staff: Lisa Neuhaus
Funding: Kurt and Käthe Klinger Foundation, Ministry of Education and Vocational Training (Hamburg)