Erasmus KA1 Courses - Course Details

TEACHING EXCEPTIONAL STUDENTS

Date :

 

Sessions in 2019

20-24 May, 2019 - BARCELONA 

22-26 July, 2019 - ISTANBUL

SESSIONS in 2020

20-24 January, 2020 - BARCELONA

20-24 April, 2020 - PARIS

The groups of participants can choose the locations at the specified dates.

Course Duration: 5 days

Course Fee: 350 euro 

TEACHING EXCEPTIONAL  STUDENTS


Course will provide theachers information about students with disabilities that they will have in their classrooms and the law governing special education and its implications for them as general educators. Teachers will learn about planning instruction that is differentiated to meet various learner needs, universal design principles and instructional tools, providing meaningful access to general education classrooms and curriculum for students with disabilities and designing and delivering appropriate accommodations and modifications to assist student learning. Emphasis on the learning and adjustment problems of exceptional children. This course will provide the teachers with knowledge of and direct experiences within instructional settings that include one or more exceptional children Course will help you to explore the relationship between regular and special education. Educational service delivery systems for exceptional children are identified and analyzed. Emphasis is placed upon procedures and special services that regular class teachers can use to provide instructional services to exceptional children assigned to regular classrooms. Procedures for enabling normal children to understand and appreciate the interaction with children who exhibit physical and behavioral variance from established norms are conveyed.

 

·         ensure mastery of skills in differentiating normal from atypical patterns of behavior in children or adolescents,

·         promote acquisition of skill in understanding the educational needs of exceptional learners as well as the procedures used to identify and provide instruction for them,

·         ensure the generalization of communication skills to the unique needs of exceptional learners in instructional settings, and
promote a positive attitude toward atypical student

·         Work with exceptıonal students to improve their weaknesses and build on their strengths. A child who trusts you is likely to ask for help when needed.

·         Giving advanced students opportunities to work with other students at the same level can often push their development. In a differentiated classroom, students are at different levels for different skills, so there is time to work in mixed groups as well.

·         Options to type instead of handwrite or record and play back notes or an essay draft can be a relief for students. Even simple  solutions like graphic organizers can help with sequencing, organizing, and making connections.

Target group

·All kind of teachers, trainers, educators, school administrators, etc.

TEACHING EXCEPTIONAL  STUDENTS

 

Course : Teaching Exceptional Students

Day 1

Activities

Location

09:00-10:15

  • Getting To Know Each Other – Presentation Of Participant Organizations (A Five-Minute Presentation)
  • Types of Exceptionalities
     

Conference Hall

10:15-10:30

Coffee Break

 

10:30-11:45

  • What Are The Negative Qualities Of Exceptional Students ?
     
  • What Are The Advantages Of Exceptional Students?
     
  • What İs The Process Of Emotional Development Of Exceptional Students ?

 

  • The Role Of Teachers
  • How Can Teachers Get to Know Their ''Exceptıonal Student''

 

Conference Hall

11:45-12:30

Lunch

A local restaurant

12:30-13:00

       -  Differences Between Intelligent Students And Exceptional Student

      - What Kind Of Tasks Can Teachers Give Them

Conference Hall

 

Day 2

Activities

Location

09:00-10:15

  • Instructional Methods For Various Content Areas
     
  • Various Methods Of Classroom Behavioral Management

Conference Hall

10:15-10:30

Coffee Break

 

10:30-11:45

 

 

  • The Role of Parents
     
  • Examples of The Best Practices

Conference Hall

12:45-12:30

Lunch

Optional (hotel or a restaurant)

12:30-13:00

  • Effective Teaching Strategies That Encourage The Active Involvement Of Exceptional Students In Productive Educational Process

 

Conference Hall

 

Day 3

Activities

Location

09:00-10:15

  • Providing Practical Guidance To Create a new Teaching Program
     . Indıvıdual Program
  • Debate, Experiment And Project Studies

Conference Hall

10:15-10:30

Coffee Break

 

10:30-11:45

  • Use Of Videogames, Drama In the Classroom
  • Learning Styles
    . Visual,Musical,Verbal,Logical,Mathematical, Solitary etc.

Conference Hall

11:45-12:30

Lunch

Optional (hotel or a restaurant)

12:30-13:00

  • Strategies In an Incluisve Classroom
     
  • The Benefits Of Inclusive Classroom
  • More Student-Centred Classroom Environment

 

Conference Hall

 

Day 4

Activities

Location

09:00-10:15

  • Presentation of participant organizations (a five-minute presentation)
  • New and innovative educational trends for Exceptional Students
  • Activities For Student

Conference Hall

10:15-10:30

Coffee Break

 

10:30-11:45

  • Accessing Open Education Materials 
  • Creating Open Education Materials

 

Conference Hall

11:45-12:30

Lunch

Optional (hotel or a restaurant)

12:30-13:00

  • Examples Of Teaching Methods And Curriculums Around The Europe

Conference Hall

 

Day 5

Activities

Location

09:00-10:15

- Overview of the course program

-  Evaluation of the course program

-  Filling the feedback forms

Conference Hall

10:15-10:30

Coffee Break

 

10:30-11:45

  • Europass Mobility Certificate
  • Farewell party

Conference Hall

11:45-13:00

Lunch & Departure

Optional (hotel or a restaurant)

 

- -  If you are more than 5 participant , could you please send a mail for discussing about other date and places
 

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