Teacher training, 25 hours on the school inclusion of students with disabilities, the webinar

Remember that i 25-hour training courses on inclusion they can continue even after the November 30 date, initially provided for by Ministerial Decree no. 188 of June 21, 2021.

This was established on Ministry of Educationwith note of October 15, 2021which takes into account the Judgment of the Regional Administrative Court of Lazio no. 9795 of September 14, 2021, which cancels the DI n. 182/2020 of “Approval of the national model of individualized educational plan and related guidelines, as well as the modalities of allocation of support measures to students with disabilities, in accordance with article 7, section 2-ter, of Legislative Decree of 13 April 2017, No. 66 “and its annexes (Guidelines, IEP templates, Annexes C and C1).


The formative proposal of the School Technique

In the framework of the activity of the accredited body Miur, The School Technique proposes to 25-hour training package divided into 16 hours of video lessons in asynchronous mode, 8 hours of self-training on the platform with the possibility of interacting with trainers through a forum, 1 hour of language assessment.

The aim of the course is to accompany the teacher in the acquisition of practices that allow to reconcile high standards of education and learning for all students, ensuring a climate of inclusion in the classroom, in increasingly heterogeneous contexts. and in the presence of minors with experiences. of disability ..

Health paradigms and didactic models

The training course aims to offer teachers incentives aimed, on the one hand, to become familiar with the recent ones. health paradigms descriptive of the state of health, in systemic perspective (bio-psycho-social); on the other, he wants to reflect traditionally more popular teaching modelsto highlight its integrative potential.

It also proposes connecting paths between curriculum planning I individualized didactic plansin the perspective of Universal design for learningat the level of design, methodological, practical, evaluative.

The inclusive teacher

In adopting the profile of the inclusive teacherin the environment wants to enhance responsibility andcollegiate operation of class teachers.

A part of the activities is common to all participants, a part differentiated by school levels and grades. In-depth exercises are offered.

Request the course

Submit an application to your school by completing the online form, providing the requested information: development period, school details and contact person. You will be contacted immediately to arrange details. For more information write in the mailbox [email protected] or call 095 448780.

The course modules

Reading and interpretation of diagnostic documentation
– 2 hours
Dr. Alessandro Mariani

  • Know the main disability classification systems (ICD, DSM, ICF)
  • Know the main types of disabilities
  • Know how to read and understand diagnostic documents

Activities – 2 hours

  • Analysis of diagnostic / operational profiles
  • Application of ICF instructions for student observation in the classroom context

Regulatory references – 1 hour
Prof. Katia Perdichizzi

  • United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (2006)
  • UN 2015, Sustainable Goals (2/3 goals) and Disability and Acquisition in Europe
  • n. 104 of 5 February 1992 and DPR of 24 February 1994
  • Regulations on specific learning disorders: L. n. 170/2010 and the development decree no. 5669 and Guidelines July 12, 2011
  • Regulations on special educational needs: Ministerial Decree of 27 December 2012; CM n. 8 of March 6, 2013; Ministerial Note of 27 November 2013
  • Law no. 66/2017 (procedures and documents; Operating profile)

Quality inclusive educational-didactic planning criteria – 5 hours
Prof. Marisa Pavone

  • The inclusive potential of the most widespread models of educational-didactic planning: by objectives, by competences and by integrative training
  • The design Universal design for learning (UDL)
  • Principles and tools for inclusive formative assessment

Activities – 2 hours

  • Provide links between classroom programming and the IEP

Special teaching – 4 hours
Prof. Marisa Pavone and Prof. Rosa Bellacicco

  • The profile of the inclusive teacher
  • Didactic differentiation in the classroom
  • Notes on the index for inclusion

Special teaching – 4 hours
Examples of references related to the different levels of the school: infant, primary, baccalaureate and baccalaureate

Primary – Prof. Katia Perdichizzi
Primary – Prof. Katia Perdichizzi
high school – Prof. Remo Ughetto
Second year of high school – Prof. Marco Guastavigna

  • ICF and student observation and context: creation of checklist
  • Inclusive methodological approaches
  • Design and experimentation of the UdL’s inclusive teaching model: link between curriculum planning and PEI

Laboratory activities that will be carried out autonomously from operational ideas and materials provided by teachers through a special forum – 4 hours

  • Creation of checklist student observation
  • Inclusive teaching practices

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