First Training for Participants in Phase 2 of One School for All Programme Was Held in Plovdiv

2 May 2017
The team of Centre for Inclusive Education organized from April 28 to 30, 2017 first training and working meeting for schools participating in Phase 2 of One School for All Programme, executed with the support of America for Bulgaria Foundation. It was held in Plovdiv and united 80 persons. Event’s main objectives were acquaintancе of participants, introduction to the Model for organisation of school processes to build inclusive school environments  and the Self-Assessment Tool which schools will use and presentation of future activities.

The training started with presentation of Phase 2 of One School for All Programme and Centre for Inclusive Education. Each of the schools told about itself by answering questions regarding its small victories or difficulties which it encounters during school day.

The event’s  programme continued on the next day with presentation of the Model for organisation of school processes to build inclusive school environments and the Self-Assessment Tool for  analyze of the school environment. The participants summarized where they are currently on the road to inclusion and where they would like to be in three years, when  Programme’s final will be.

The last day was dedicated to “Planning” and “Monitoring” themes  – why they are executed and how they help in goals’ achievement. Participants discussed what was ahead and set deadlines for further activities.

The next two trainings for the participants of Phase 2 of One School for All Programme are coming in June.

One School for All

One School for All is our most encompassing and wide-reaching cause, our raison d’etre. Our ultimate goal is comprehensive introduction and application of the principles of inclusive education.

Inclusive education is a process of changing the school environment based on respect and acceptance of other people. It implies wise management of school processes in a way which makes children feel supported to develop their capacity and to overcome hardships; which makes teachers feel encouraged and confident that they are able to cope with the growing challenges, while parents are able to assume their responsibility and role in partnership with schools.   
 

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