Guidelines for Teachers Working with Students with..
Guidelines for Teachers Working with Students with Medium-light Cognitive Impairment
Start date: 01 Dec 2012,
Inclusive education puts a strain on ordinary teachers, because they must be able to deal effectively with their SEN students and with classes that include them. Unfortunately in many EU countries too often ordinary teachers are not properly trained for this. Students with Medium-Light Cognitive Impairment (MLCI) represent a large share of students with SEN. The project wants to improve this situation by developing and piloting the Manual Teaching strategies with students with MLCI, a 30 hours e-learning course addressed to in service teachers on how to support learning and school life of students with MLCI, and a set of Guidelines for Teachers working with students with MLCI. The project is focused on teachers working in secondary schools with students about 12-18, depending on national education systems. This proposal is submitted by a group of organizations whose mission is supporting SEN students in schools and/or training teachers. Thanks to a thorough valorisation plan, 30,000 people belonging to target groups will be informed about the project and project’s product, over 500 directly be involved in the project and 165 teachers trained to better deal with students with MLCI.
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