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The purpose of this research is to show the results obtained in relation to the improvement of training to promote student learning from an inclusive perspective. Teacher training in active learning methods for the promotion of inclusive education is essential to ensure quality and equity in student learning. Through the analysis of educational experiences, courses and programmes, we understand that it can help in the practice of the classroom and in the meaningful learning of students. Starting from a qualitative methodology, we approach a descriptive–interpretive study of the information present in different programmes and experiences. We conclude that there are teacher training programmes that guarantee the use of active methodologies from an inclusive perspective.
Keywords: Active methodologies, teacher training, inclusion, school improvement.
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