Teaching for Inclusion Research Lab



The i-Teach [Teaching for Inclusion] Lab is a group of researchers from across the University of Limerick community whose main purpose is to advance support in schools for children with additional needs, particularly those with autism and with mental health issues.


Our research group is comprised of educators, psychologists, technologists, allied professionals as well as postgraduate and undergraduate researchers.


We work with schools and other external agencies in developing and conducting our research and are focused on ensuring that the research is shaped by all the key stakeholders and that the findings are of direct benefit to those who participate. We welcome collaborations with NGO's and charitable agencies to conduct meaningful and participatory research. For an example of such collaborations see here. 

We are also working closely with other research groups such as The Centre for Social Issues and the RISE lab here at UL.


The team and network at UL specialise in inclusive education and work across departments and faculties. We always welcome new team members.

If you would like to join the team or become part of the network click here

Meet the people

Professor & Students
Kids Drawing
High School Art




This website was created with support from the Irish Research Council

Other funders include:



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If so we would love you to join our network. Joining our network means you will be kept up to date on our research and any workshops/seminars we are running. You will also receive our bi annual news letter.