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Course Duration: 5 days
Course fee: 350€

Use of ICT in Special Education
Information and Communication Technology includes a number of technology like mobile technology, blogs, personal web pages, video games, audio… Besides, we can say that ICT is a kind of information technological tools which help to students’ learning in many ways. So, with ICT, students can learn more effectively and they can reach to a larger number of students. Also, ICT can overcome more easily to difficulties in Special Education.
This course is kind of teacher training course which helps to teachers become aware about students’ needs and integrated them to the education with the ICT.
Theoretical and practical information about ICT tools that can be used in class environment will be given for each course day. Different ice-breaker activities are designed in different themes. In the
following areas; 10 in total, each day less than 1 ice crusher activity is planned. 3 teams in 6 categories:
1. Indoor activities,
2. Outdoor activities
3. Project workshops
4. Music activities
5. Sports events
6. Art activities
The pedagogical effects of ICT and the application of these methods to classroom environments will be done interactively with the activities.

● Special needs training in information age
● Auxiliary technologies for students with special education requirements
● Remote technologies for students with special education requirements
● ICT policy in special needs education (SEN)

The reference point for this course is the European Framework of reference for key competences for lifelong learning. They will focus on these qualifications throughout the course program. These are;
• Digital competence,
• Learn to learn
• Enterprise and entrepreneurship.

Learning Outcomes
All the participants will:
• Get familiar with ICT and SEN
• Define the role of ICT in special education
• Analyze the obstacles to learning ICT
• Discuss the ways of overcoming obstacles
• Support to inclusive education with ICT
• Design a lesson plan and activity related to ICT in SEN
• Get familiar with AT (assistive technologies)
• Use different teaching methods in classes
• Provide equal opportunities for all the students
• Focus on digital competence, entrepreneurship and lean to learn

Objectives of the course
• Defining educational needs and student’s needs
• Analyzing teaching methods for students who hearing and visually impaired students
• Getting familiar with distance education
• Learning digital society
• Processing main steps of Inclusive Education

• Preparing lesson plan
• Focusing on ICT and AT in education, especially in SEN
• Working in groups cooperatively
• Using multiple intelligence methods
• Brainstorming

Target Group
• All kind of teachers, trainers, educators, school administrators, etc.

Before the course;
• A detailed pre-course questionnaire to indicate their level of experience, teaching backgrounds and training will be completed by participants.
• They will also prepare a presentation to reflect their own teaching method.
• A closed Facebook group will be created for getting know each other of all participants and to share practical information.

• A course participation certificate will be given to all participants.

Course organiser
Anatolia Eğitim ve Danışmanlık
Rome, Italy

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Upcoming sessions

15.02.2021 > 19.02.2021 (ID: 119450)

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