Pre-registrations are now open for the 6th edition of EASPD’s yearly training on inclusive education! The week-long course will be held on Sunday 15th- Friday 20th March 2020 in Castiglione del Lago, Italy and will offer a framework for the further development and promotion of inclusive education, as well as a hands-on experience in the planning of such an approach.
Is this course for you?
Open to all, the course provides a safe learning environment for school headteachers, middle management, teachers and teaching assistants, educational guides and counsellors, inspectors and administrative staff willing to challenge their mind and to engage in a 5-day course to learn and discover with and from colleagues in an international setting how to move towards inclusive education. The course also addresses external support people, including coordination staff of education and social support services.
How can it help you achieve your goals?
Hosted by EASPD’s Standing Committee on Education, the course is organised by a consortium of European organisations and universities involved in the development of inclusive education across Europe. The course will cover key topics in the field of inclusive education, including:
- The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities
- The Index for inclusion
- Universal Design for Learning
- Curriculum differentiation within a national curriculum
- A school visit to see inclusive education and possible barriers in practice.
- Strategic planning and change management
- Opportunities for inclusive school assistance
How much is it?
The price of the course, including training, printed materials, lunches and one group dinner, is €250.
Could a Erasmus+ KA1 grant help you to attend?
To help potential applicants attend the course EASPD’s Standing Committee on Education can support participants to apply for a Erasmus+ ‘KA1 - Learning Mobility of Individuals’ grant. This grant can be used by individuals or organisations to cover the course fee as well as transport and accommodation costs.
If you would like to receive support to apply for a KA1 Mobility project grant pre-register your interest in the course here before 5th February and indicate your wish for support when requested.
To find out more about the course, visit the course webpage here.
For more information please contact Rachel Vaughan, EASPD External Communications Officer.