Teaching strategies: inclusion in the age of globalization


The promotion of inclusive and effective teaching practices in heterogeneous classrooms has become a crucial educational imperative. Scientific research, in constant evolution, offers a robust empirical foundation for designing pedagogical interventions focused on inclusion. As highlighted by Hattie (2021), "Research guides us in identifying which teaching practices have the most significant impact on student learning, underscoring the importance of implementing strategies such as formative feedback and clear definition of learning objectives." Through a critical review of empirical research, analysis of current trends, and examination of relevant educational theories, this article will delve into the key pillars of inclusive and effective teaching in diverse contexts, emphasizing the significance of differentiated instruction, the utilization of flexible teaching technologies and resources, as well as the promotion of a collaborative learning environment.