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Minahil Kamran

International Exams Officer & Educational Psychologist

GEMS Westminster School, RAK

Minahil Kamran is an International Examination Officer working with three UK awarding bodies (Cambridge, Oxford & Edexcel), an educational Psychologist, Visiting Lecturer, and Researcher. She holds a bachelor degree in Psychology & Master in Educational Leadership and have developed and managed international educational programs in the UK, Europe, and Asia. Minahil Kamran is passionate about promoting inclusive education and has published research on topics including inclusive education, cognitive development, and teaching strategies. She is also a Co-Founder of "The Last Hope Centre" which is an online platform for psychological counselling.


31 October, 2023 | 14:50 to 15:35
Inclusive education: what does it truly mean?

This panel focuses on the true meaning of inclusivity in education and our role as educators to achieve that. The panel will discuss a variety of experiences and best practices from those involved in education or with students and families on a day-to-day basis. Why is inclusion so important and why is the gap between inclusive education and inclusive workplaces significant? How can schools play a role in addressing this issue? The panel will share valuable insight on the biggest challenges being faced and how education leaders can support families in preparing their children for the future.

01 November, 2023 | 11:00 to 11:30
Creating Inclusive Learning Environments for Students with Special Education Needs

This workshop aims to provide participants with an understanding of the importance of inclusion and effective strategies for supporting students with special education needs in the classroom. Participants will learn about the different types of special education needs and their characteristics, as well as strategies such as Universal Design for Learning (UDL), differentiated instruction, and assistive technology tools. The workshop will also cover creating inclusive learning environments, collaborating with parents and professionals, and providing accommodations and modifications. Participants will have access to resources and tools, including professional organisations, online resources, and community-based resources. The workshop will end with a Q&A and reflection session, with a summary of key takeaways and next steps for participants.