As the teaching professions face rapidly changing demands, educators require an increasingly broad and more sophisticated set of competences than before. In particular the ubiquity of digital devices and the duty to help students become digitally competent requires educators to develop their own digital competence.
Inclusion in education is an ongoing process of removing barriers that prevent some learners to participate in quality education. This policy memo demonstrates that inclusive ECEC could further the goal of inclusive education, by ensuring that inclusion begins early in the trajectory of lifelong learning.
In this period of lockdown, technologies are being a great help when it comes to normalize the situation as much as possible. The future impact of these technologies in our lives is still to be considered, but they will probably change the way we carry out some activities, like working, trading or learning.