Inclusive Assessment Map

The innovative Inclusive Assessment Map - I AM will be a tested and evaluated tool that comprehensively supports educators in enabling school participation for all primary and lower secondary students. I AM will offer state of the art solutions selected by a team of international experts from universities and school authorities together with teachers, students and parents.

The solutions presented will be embedded in the ICF-CY (International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health for Children and Youth) classification system, which will be developed into a user-friendly, applicable and analytical system for teachers.

I AM's condensed overview of the ICF-CY items provides a viable support for all professionals to make necessary adaptations to the students' learning environment - focusing on the link between participation and environmental factors.

Project period01/2021-01/2024



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Final I AM Conference

Inclusion in Schools: International Conference with Renowned Experts

From 4 December 2023 to 5 December 2023, the European Office of the Board of Education in Vienna and the University of Vienna organised a conference on the topic of inclusion in the school system. The two-day event offered participants the opportunity to discuss international perspectives and the different stages of development of inclusion in schools and to exchange ideas in exciting, topic-related discussion rounds and workshops.

In addition to the excellent keynote speech by Prof Rune Simeonsson (University of North Carolina), another highlight of the conference was the presentation of the I AM app "Inclusive Assessment Map".  It was developed jointly with the Universities of Vienna, Jönköping (Sweden), Tromsø (Norway), Porto (Portugal), Leipzig (Germany) and the Centre for Special Needs Education (Belgium) and aims to enable all pupils to participate in school. I AM is a user-friendly tool that supports professionals (teachers, educators, parents) in making necessary adjustments to pupils' learning environments.