Supporting Inclusion: issues, hardware and programs that help.
How can ICT help the child with Special Educational Needs?
One of the most important challenges for the Education Service is to play a full part in promoting social inclusion. Inclusion is not a simple concept.
- Recognise the importance of catering for diverse needs?
- Provide access for all?
- Have a willingness to offer new opportunities to pupils who may have experienced previous difficulties?
- Enable pupils to participate in life and work to the best of their abilities, whatever their needs?
- Take account of pupil’s varied life experiences and needs?
Inclusion does not develop spontaneously and requires active planning and regular promotion. Inclusive principles highlight the importance of meeting children’s individual needs.
An educationally inclusive school is one in which the teaching and learning achievements, attitudes and well-being of every young person matter.
This training will provide opportunities to:
- Discuss and share ideas.
- Introduce relevant software and how to use it.
- Introduce relevant hardware and how to use it.
- Discuss case studies.
- Participate in a hands on session.
This course will be suitable for teachers in mainstream and special settings, parents and support staff. Therapists and organisations working within schools.
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