IE+ launches training materials for the IE+ inclusive education training course!
IE+ has published all the training course materials for trainers and participants of the IE+ inclusive education training. As a part of the Promoting positive attitudes and evidence-based policy for inclusive education' (IE+) project, this course was built to help various policymakers and other stakeholders in the field of education to help towards transition to an inclusive environment through evidence-based policy making. The course focuses on supporting the realisation of inclusive education for learners with intellectual disabilities aged between 3-18 years old, irrespective of their gender.
As a part of the training materials for participants, quick summaries and easy-to read extracts are also available. To access the training materials for participants click here.
The right to inclusive education for students with disabilities can be found in Article 24 of the UN CRPD. Although, access to mainstream education is still not a reality for many leaners with disabilities. Therefore, this course will help to better equip all stakeholders in achieving the goal of inclusive education. The training manual consists of 6 chapters which look into a variety of topics under the umbrella of inclusive education.
The interesting part of this training course is its diverse participants, as the training will provide stakeholders with the opportunity to come together with other education stakeholders to learn and exchange. The course offers policy makers the chance to speak with different members of their electorate. For other participants, this training is an opportunity to gather with policy makers and share experiences, concerns and what is important to them in ensuring a successful transition towards inclusive education.