OUR PROJECT

Inclusive education and class management techniques should be used in order for the students with learning difficulty to be successful. Children who have difficulty in one or more disciplinary areas might need one-to-one education. Special education services should be provided to support these students. Different approaches are used in teaching students with learning disabilities. Teaching should be organised acccording to the student’s level and interest, educational programmes should be individualized and we should focus attention on skills teaching. It should be considered that individuals with learning disabilities might be in expectation of failure. Success in realization of these applications depends on the special instructor and/or the teacher’s knowing different teaching approaches, techniques and using them.

OBJECTIVES:

  1. to promote equity, social cohesion and inclusive education through school education by discovering and exchanging good practices of partner schools;
  2. to know our students in all aspects, increasing success by taking precautions to eliminate the causes of learning inadequacy in the extent of our opportunities, provide the student with a maximum learning and development level;
  3. starting from the important teaching principle of «according to the child», teaching students with learning disabilities by association method matching their level;
  4. to prevent the feeling of being outsider by making them feel that they’re taken care of specially;
  5. making them believe that they can be successful by seeing the improvement in themselves;
  6. contributing to the solution of  their psychological problems corresponding with their educational success;
  7. taking the support of parents and raising awareness because of this programme;
  8. make this kind of students healthy and honorable individuals of the society by making them «adequate for themselves»

NUMBER AND PROFILE OF PARTICIPANTS:

  • 4 European Secondary Schools from 4 countries in Spain, Croatia, Italy,and Turkey all having curricular and/or extra-curricular programmes for citizenship education;
  • 12 teachers in the given schools committed to citizenship education;
  • 20-25 secondary school students in each school, mostly around the age of 16.