DATES & LOCATIONS

•	21-25 October 2019 - Paris, France

• 21-25 October 2019 - Paris, France

(Confirmed)
•	13-17 January 2020 - Prague, Czech Republic

• 13-17 January 2020 - Prague, Czech Republic

(Confirmed)
•	06-10 April 2020 – Istanbul, Turkey

• 06-10 April 2020 – Istanbul, Turkey

•	20-24 April 2020 - Barcelona, Spain

• 20-24 April 2020 - Barcelona, Spain

•	13-17 July 2020 - Barcelona, Spain

• 13-17 July 2020 - Barcelona, Spain

•	06-10 April 2020 Barcelona

• 06-10 April 2020 Barcelona

(Confirmed)
•	16-20 November 2020 - Barcelona

• 16-20 November 2020 - Barcelona

•	08-12 March - 2021 - Barcelona

• 08-12 March - 2021 - Barcelona

•	17-21 May 2021 - Barcelona

• 17-21 May 2021 - Barcelona

•	09-13 March 2020 - Vienna

• 09-13 March 2020 - Vienna

•	06-10 April 2020 - Vienna

• 06-10 April 2020 - Vienna

•	19-23 April 2021 - Vienna

• 19-23 April 2021 - Vienna

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BEST FOR SEN STUDENTS

 

Bob Beauprez says,
“Education is a shared commitment between dedicated teachers, motivated students and enthusiastic parents with high expectations”
It is stated in the Policy of EU Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion “Approximately 800 million young children worldwide are affected by biological, environmental and psychosocial conditions that can limit their cognitive development. In Europe, recent estimates place the number of children with special educational needs (SEN) at 15 million. Conservative estimates state that dyslexia, a learning disability that impedes a person’s ability to read, affects approximately 6 percent of Europe’s population, whilst the prevalence of autistic spectrum disorders (ASDs) is also estimated to be higher than previously thought. Children with SEN frequently leave school with few qualifications and are much more likely to become unemployed or economically inactive. In addition to these concerns, the parents of children with SEN experience high levels of stress. If they are not adequately supported, not only will the development of the child suffer, but the family unit as a whole can be placed under considerable strain.”

Objectives of the Course (Learning Outcomes of the Course):

  • To identify SEN
  • To provide the basic regulations related to SEN students
  • To focus on ABA – Applied Behavioural Analysis
  • To discuss how ABA Works
  • To identify any problematic phases of ABA
  • To provide some ways of therapy of SEN students
  • To examplify the best ways of therapy of SEN students
  • To discuss the Education Health and Care Plan(EHC)
  • To provide with the best practices of cooperation with parents and other skateholder related to EHC plan
  • To identify sensory processing disorder
  • To focus on Sensory integration techniques
  • To work out Sensory integration Materials and Methods
  • To identify High quality study programmes for students with SEN
  • To focus on the ways of establishing Parents-Teachers cooperation & Parents-Students

Methodology:

  • Underlining the pedagogical approach
  • Focusing on a mix of theoretical and practical knowledge
  • Creating and implementing own learning solutions.
  • Using this theoretical knowledge,
  • Completing several practical tasks.
  • Brainstorming and discussing

Follow up:

Anatolia Education and Consulting will support partnerships originated during the training course to develop their project ideas. After training, participants will have the opportunity of keeping in touch via on-line helping them giving birth to a virtual network of professionals. The trainer will also tutor the practical tasks assigned to participants after the course.

Preparation:

Before the course,

  • A detailed pre-course questionnaire to indicate their level of experience, teaching backgrounds and training will be completed by participants.
  • They will also prepare a presentation to reflect their own teaching method.

Validation:

  • A course participation certificate will be given to all participants.
  • A Europass CV will be filled together according to the skills and competences to be gained during the course by participants.

DAILY PROGRAM

1st Day

  • Getting to know each other – Presentation of participant organizations (a five-minute presentation)
  • Introduce the course
  • What is SEN?
  • What are the most essential regulations related to SEN?
  • Coffee Break
  • What is ABA? – Applied Behavioral Analysis
  • How does it work?
  • Are there any Problems with ABA?
  • (all the participants will prepare a short presentation displaying the current methods used in their own organizations for the next day program – as homework)

2nd Day

  • The presentations of participants – discuss the current methods used and the best ways to improve these methods
  • Play Therapy
  • What is Play Therapy?
  • What does a Play Therapy do?
  • Who does a Play Therapy help?
  • Coffee Break
  • Music Therapy
  • What is Music Therapy?
  • What does a Music Therapy do?
  • Who does the Music Therapy help?

3rd Day

  • Education Health and Care Plan for SEN
  • Who and What institutions are included in EHC Plan for SEN?
  • Coffee Break
  • Parent-School Cooperation for EHC Plan
  • Discussion of best practices related to EHC Plan for SEN
  • Lunch & Guided City Tour

4th day

  • What is sensory processing disorder?
  • Sensory integration techniques
  • Coffee Break
  • Sensory integration Materials and Methods
  • Sensory integration Materials and Methods
  • Lunch & Visit a center or a school

5th day

  • High quality study programmes for students with SEN
  • Pathways to employment
  • Parents-Teachers cooperation & Parents-Students Training Programs
  • Coffee Break
  • Evaluation
  • Course Assessment
  • Certificate Ceremony
  • Filling Europass CV
  • Giving Europass Mobility Certificate and Participation Certificate