Designing Inclusive Learning Environments (ILE) to Support all Students (DILEs)

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Designing Inclusive Learning Environments (ILE) to Support all Students (DILEs)

Description

Inclusive education can be seen as a process of strengthening the capacity of an educational system to reach out to all learners in the community.

This course has been tailored for teachers dealing with classroom diversity and disadvantaged learners, including those with special educational needs or a migrant background. Specifically, participants will acquire or improve their knowledge regarding:

  • Defining inclusive education, key principles and values;
  • Understanding the process of inclusion/Addressing barriers to participation, learning and resources to support all students within schools;
  • Using ICT tools to support all learners in inclusive settings;
  • Collaboration within school communities (teachers, teaching assistants, students, parents/carers) in order to establish a framework of inclusive values and practices (e.g. co-teaching involving a general education and a special education teacher).

Upon completion of the course participants using reflective techniques such as “Index for Inclusion” are expected to develop intervention plans through a range of activities (e.g. case studies, hands on activities) aimed towards enhancing participation, learning and achievement of inclusive mainstream education for all students, specifically for disadvantaged learners, including those with special educational needs and a migrant background, thereby fostering social inclusion.

Learning Outcomes

The course will help the participants to understand how to: 

  • Face diversity and identify the barriers to participation and learning arising within schools;
  • Draw up development priorities and planning interventions to support diversity (e.g. curricula adaptations, design of differentiated lessons);
  • Use alternative learning practices, techniques, materials and associated assessment tools to review development;
  • Use ICT to support all learners in inclusive settings;
  • Foster collaboration within the school community (teachers, students, parents/carers) in order to establish a framework of inclusive values and support students’ participation and achievement in sustainable school systems;

Audience

  • Teachers (primary, secondary, vocational, adult, special needs);
  • Teacher trainers;
  • Careers officers, educational guides and counsellors; Headteachers;
  • Principals; Managers of schools;

Head teacher of School Innovation Courses: Alessandro Pumpo

Do you want to take more than one course? Build your own 2-week Course!

Is there any doubt you want to clarify? Contact us (teachertraining@europass.it or by Facebook); we will try to answer all your questions as soon as possible.

Specifics

  • Lessons: classes will take place in the Morning (9:00 – 13:45) or in the Afternoon (14:00 – 18:45).
  • Activities: if not otherwise specified all courses includes at least one guided city tour and one full-day excursion (usuallly on Saturday).
  • Price: 480€

Next courses in Florence

  • 9-14 December 2019
  • 30 December - 4 January 2020
  • 13-18 January 2020
  • 10-15 February 2020
  • 9-14 March 2020
  • 30 March - 4 April 2020
  • 13-18 April 2020
  • 11-16 May 2020
  • 8-13 June 2020
  • 22-27 June 2020
  • 13-18 July 2020
  • 10-15 August 2020

Next courses in Athens

  • 16-21 December 2019
  • 20-25 January 2020
  • 17-22 February 2020
  • 16-21 March 2020
  • 20-25 April 2020
  • 18-23 May 2020
  • 15-20 June 2020
  • 29 June - 4 July 2020
  • 6-11 July 2020
  • 13-18 July 2020
  • 20-25 July 2020
  • 27 July - 1 August 2020

*Course sessions of July and August will be offered in Nafplio

Next courses in Nice

  • 13-18 April 2020
  • 22-27 June 2020
  • 6-11 July 2020
  • 3-8 August 2020
  • 26-31 October 2020

Not a EU teacher? This course is for you too!

Although our courses are designed with the European Union Erasmus + program in mind, they are also open to teachers from all non-E.U. countries. Over the last few years we have welcomed increasing numbers of teachers from the USA and Japan, among others.

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Reviews about this course

Really interesting course about inclusion. It makes clear what it is and gives you a starting point to design an inclusive environment in your school. Dynamic and flexible lessons that make it easy and motivating.

Núria Monteagudo Martorell

A remarkable course that helps every teacher to perceive the significance of inclusive education and the strategies that are needed to support diversity that arises in every classroom. Through interaction within the group a high level of combining theory and practice is achieved by designing several activities and lesson plans that ensure access to curricula for all our students. Surely my experience last April in 2016 was so motivating that I would suggest it strongly to all other collegues!

Foteini Tsioutsia

Really valuable knowledge and information from an excellent trainer in a worthwhile and friendly environment. A motivating course that I would suggest to all other colleagues!

Konstantinos Sapountzis

The course eas very well organised. My compliments to the EuroPass, they were very professional with informations prior to course. But most of all I would like to thanks our group lider Dr. Dimitris Zisimos who is an exceptional professor. He expertly teached and facilitated our work during the course.

Miroslav Miljković

Croatia

I participated with pleasure at the Barcino School course, in Barcelona, ​​near the Industrial Park. The course was interesting, well structured and presented in an interactive manner by Ms. Foteini Tsioutsia, our trainer.

Adela Corbean

Romania

I am very happy I have chosen this course and this location as a way of improving my teaching skills in an inclusive educational environment, as the one we have in our school. Everybody at Europass SRL is very helpful and ready to respond to any request or issue we may encounter. I recommend this course to all those who still need information on how to deal with classroom diversity and disadvanteged learners. You will become a new, “inclusive” teacher after this experience!

Minodora Nechifor

Romania
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