Modern teacher and school in modern world - how to..
Modern teacher and school in modern world - how to use a modern technology to support Special Needs Students across Europe.
Start date: Jun 1, 2015,
End date: May 31, 2017
This exciting project is aimed to support the whole school improvement, teaching and learning, within the Complex Needs and Severe Learning Difficulties environment. Hall School, located in Norwich, is a special school with a specialism in Communication and Interaction. There are approximately 80 students on roll, each with severe learning difficulties and complex needs. The students are aged between 3 years and 19 years old. There are approximately 60 staff, most of which are highly experienced and qualified experts in special educational need.
The project has clearly defined aims and objectives which will strengthen the quality of teaching and learning whilst developing a better understanding of international methods and technologies. Communication for our students, in both partner schools, is extremely challenging and often provides a real barrier to learning. This project aims to remove all barriers to learning, by sharing expertise, knowledge and understanding. New communication technologies will be explored and fully developped across both environments.
Specialist staff teams will be deployed to develop tailored objectives around teaching, learning and communication.
Staff mobility is essential to the success of this project. Highly trained staff, who can demonstrate the use of latest technology, will be deployed to travel and share expertise.
The final result will show a real improvement in student communication skill and measureable improvement in student academic progress.
The project will, when complete, be sustainable and provide a lasting partnership with all stakeholders.
Hall School and our Polish partner have already started to develop highly desirable aims and objectives. Staff mobility has also been initiated with a member of Hall School staff visiting our Polish partner special school. At Hall School we have begun linguistic support for potential participant.
The Erasmus+ project would make a real difference to the lives of those most vulnerable within our society.
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