ACoRNS research will be very well represented at the Inclusive and Supportive Education Conference (ISEC) taking place in London from 3-5 August 2020. The conference will feature presentations from across the world, with a main theme of Closing the Research to Practice Gap. ACoRNS research aligns very strongly with this theme of course and so we are delighted to be out in force for this conference!
There will be six papers presented on ACoRNS research and the ACoRNS research-practice model:
- Knowledge exchange is not enough: co-constructing the evidence base in autism education –Sarah Parsons, Hanna Kovshoff, Kathryn Ivil, Mark Fry, Leisa Quigley
- Digital stories as a methodology for enabling voice and supporting transitions for young autistic children – Sarah Parsons, Kathryn Ivil, Hanna Kovshoff, Henry Wood, Verity Ward
- Designing a bespoke transition programme between college and University for and with students on the autism spectrum – Sarah Parsons, Hilra Vinha, Joe Cunningham
- Students as co-researchers: examining and enabling inclusion through auto-biographical research on autism and gender identity – Hilra Vinha, Martine Harding, Sarah Parsons
- Storyboarding everyday transitions in Primary resourced provision: the voices and experiences of autistic students and their teachers – Kate Buckingham, Amber Warren, Sarah Parsons
- Inclusive responses to diverse needs: a study exploring technology use in the education of autistic pupils – Verity Ward, Sarah Parsons, Hanna Kovshoff
As ever, we’ll share more about all of this research on the website in due course!