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Purpose
  • Teacher training

The iDecide toolkit provides teachers and school leaders with practical tips and supportive literature about the characteristics of pupils in the process of decision making. The implementation of the toolkit focuses on 23 certain categories of decision, which in turn, influence marginalized school populations. While developing the toolkit, 13 broad categories of marginalised populations have been identified and, based on them, concrete recommendations have been developed to enable the school staff to give voice to all stakeholders.

The iDecide induction course operates via an elearning platform and includes useful material for school leaders, school staff, parents and students to make inclusive decisions at the school and policy level. The toolkit and the induction course are available in the following languages: English, Greek, Romanian and Portuguese. Learners can access the above mentioned resources by registering to the iDecide elearning platform.

Title iDecide: An Innovative Toolkit for Inclusive Decision Making Policies
Date launched 2015
Duration Completed
Type of Resource Digital Resources
Purpose Teacher Training
Online or Blended OL
Learning objectives The iDecide toolkit and induction course aim to support evidence-based policy making that can lead to the reduction of disparities in learning outcomes and marginalization, by supporting school leaders, school staff, and policymakers to engage in shared and inclusive decision making. By implementing the toolkit and collecting rich data, learners aim to understand the complexities of how decisions at school level influence marginalized groups and develop concrete recommendations for policy and practice on how to engage in shared decision making, giving voice to all stakeholders.
Target group School Staff and School Leaders
Evaluation results/ monitoring plan N/A
Recognition or certification of learning N/A
Financing and sustainability model Erasmus+ European Commission
Leading Organization Ministry of Education and Culture, Cyprus - MOEC
Contact Person Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Website https://www.idecide-project.eu