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Special Educational Needs

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Currently, the SENsitive program is the most comprehensive training support on the market, covering all areas related to Special Educational Requirements, as well as related areas, related to administrative, social and legislative aspects, which make this product a ideal not only for teacher training, but also for NGO officials and workers.

Course Curriculum

MODULE 1
MODULE 1: Introduction concerning special education needs 00:30:00
MODULE 2
MODULE 2: SEN history and evolution 00:50:00
MODULE 3
MODULE 3: The learning constructive theories 00:30:00
MODULE 4
MODULE 4: SEN Code of Practice 00:30:00
MODULE 5
MODULE 5: SENCO support for SEN students 00:30:00
MODULE 6
MODULE 6: Different type of needs 00:30:00
MODULE 7
MODULE 7: Identification, evaluation and support of SEN students 00:40:00
MODULE 8
MODULE 8: Behavior: reasons and restorative practices 00:30:00
MODULE 9
MODULE 9: Understanding sensory impairments and physical disabilities 00:30:00
MODULE 10
MODULE 10: Psiho-pedagogical characteristics and SEN of students with hearing disabilities 00:30:00
MODULE 11
MODULE 11: Psiho-pedagocical characteristics and SEN of students with visual disabilities 00:30:00
MODULE 12
MODULE 12: SEN occurred as a result of physical deficiencies 00:30:00
MODULE 13
MODULE 13: Understanding and addressing difficulties in cognition and learning 00:40:00
MODULE 14
MODULE 14: Common speech, language and communication problems 01:00:00
MODULE 15
MODULE 15: Moderated learning difficulties (MLD) 00:30:00
MODULE 16
MODULE 16: Learning difficulties: Autism 01:00:00
MODULE 17
MODULE 17: Learning difficulties: Dyslexia 01:00:00
MODULE 18
MODULE 18: Dyspraxia 00:30:00
MODULE 19
MODULE 19: Learning difficulties: hyperactivity disorder with attention deficit (ADHD) 01:30:00
MODULE 20
MODULE 20: The Importance of SEN Knowledge 00:30:00
MODULE 21
MODULE 21: Specific learning difficulties 00:50:00
MODULE 22
MODULE 22: Psychological perspectives on behaviour 00:30:00
MODULE 23
MODULE 23: Understanding and managing anger 00:40:00
MODULE 24
MODULE 24: Didactic approach 01:00:00
MODULE 25
MODULE 25: The specifics of organising the educational process for the persons with SEN 01:30:00
MODULE 26
MODULE 26: The rights of people with special needs 00:50:00
MODULE 27
MODULE 27: Normative and legislative milestones regarding people with disabilities at the international level 01:00:00
MODULE 28
Module 28: Access to education – a fundamental right of people with disabilities 01:30:00
MODULE 29
Module 29: Risks and barriers in the educational inclusion process for disabled persons 01:30:00
MODULE 30
MODULE 30: Ergonomics and SEN 01:00:00
MODULE 31
MODULE 31: Vocational and professional counselling in SEN 00:40:00
MODULE 32
MODULE 32: Inclusive University and SEN ambassadors 00:30:00
MODULE 33
MODULE 33: Equalisation of opportunities for vocational studies 00:30:00
MODULE 34
MODULE 34: Inducing a tolerant attitude in schools and the university environment 00:30:00
MODULE 35
MODULE 35: Practical internships and employment in the free labour market of students with disabilities 00:30:00
MODULE 36
MODULE 36: Learning management: flexible learning and self-regulated learning 00:30:00
MODULE 37
MODULE 37: Extracurricular activities for the students with SEN in the university and social environment 00:30:00
MODULE 38
MODULE 38: Complex assistance of the SEN teenagers during the studies and in the first period of professional activity 01:00:00
MODULE 39
MODULE 39: Adapting the curricula and the contents to the educational requests and support needs of the students with disabilities 00:30:00
MODULE 40
MODULE 40: Developments in the field of socio-educational inclusion strategies for persons with SEN 02:00:00
MODULE 41
MODULE 41: Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) – Part I 00:40:00
MODULE 42
MODULE 42: Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) – Part II 01:00:00
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