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Master in Inclusive Education - Addressing Diversity

Master's thesis

The master's thesis consists of completing a written work, in the format of a scientific article, that includes a theoretical analysis and reflection, making a contribution in terms of attention to diversity and inclusive education. Several possible approaches can be taken, all in accordance with the approaches proposed by the master's degree. Thus, the article can be based on

  1. the design and/or development of an educational programme;
  2. the completion of research on any of the subjects addressed on the master's degree;
  3. the analysis and evaluation of an organisation, a project or a programme destined to improving attention to educational needs and educational inclusion; and
  4. the development of professional orientation and advice processes.

As part of the master's thesis, the aim is for the student to:

  • Apply the knowledge acquired in the elaboration and design of a educational intervention programme within the framework of inclusive education.
  • Implement skills to obtain and analyse scientific information critically and to construct a theoretical framework that is conceptually structured around an intervention programme or educational research.
  • Design and carry out educational research relating to inclusive education.

The University tutor assigned by the study coordination department to each student is responsible for monitoring the master's thesis.

The master's thesis is publicly presented in the format of a conference, with the participation of students and of teaching staff on the master's degree.

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