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Latvijas prezidentūras Eiropas Savienības Padomē laikā Latvijas Bērnu un jauniešu invalīdu sporta federācija sadarbībā ar Rīgas pedagoģijas un vadības akadēmiju (RPIVA) īstenos Latvijas valsts budžeta finansētās programmas „Atbalsts sabiedrības līdzdalībai Latvijas prezidentūras Eiropas Savienības Padomē īstenošanā” atbalstītu projektu “Šodienas izglītība nākotnes sabiedrības izaugsmei”. Projekta mērķis ir iepazīstināt Latvijas un starptautiskos izglītības speciālistus un sabiedrību ar jaunākajām iekļaujošās izglītības tendencēm Latvijā un Eiropā, lai pilnveidotu resursu nodrošinājumu valsts, sabiedriskā un privātā sektora pārstāvjiem iekļaujošās izglītības politikas īstenošanai. Projekta pasākumi notiks visos Latvijas reģionos un Rīgā, kur konferences ietvaros tiks apsriesta un parakstīta deklarācija par iekļaujošo izglītību. 

Resolution on Inclusive Education

posted May 8, 2015, 3:04 AM by Aija Asports   [ updated May 8, 2015, 3:08 AM ]


Adopted April, 10, 2015
Revised May, 2015

Statement of Purpose

            Participants of the project “Today’s Education for Development of Future Society” supported by the Latvia’s State, organized within the Latvia’s Presidency of the Council of the EU, supports a vision of high expectations for all students and a commitment to a set of learning goals or standards that are strong, clear, understood, and put into practice. All participants value and support diversity and recognizes both the legal right to and the reciprocal benefits of inclusive education.  We envision life long learning (LLL) of transformational education and deep social change that invites the full participation of citizens with diverse experiences and ways of understanding in order to develop an appreciation for each individual’s contributions.

Rationale

A high quality education is the right of all school-age children and youth. Students with special education needs have a right to be educated in the general education classroom with age appropriate peers. Lifelong learning promotes academic, professional, and personal development for all citizens to live lives of dignity and purpose.

General Components

  • Inclusive education implements teaching approach which uses heterogeneous groupings and a variety of age-appropriate instructional strategies based upon students’ learning needs;
  • Teachers who consider each student as a uniquely important individual and who are knowledgeable about research and evidence based practices that assist students with diverse special education needs (SEN);
  • The philosophy of education program emphasizing the value of diversity, multiculturalism, social justice, and belonging for everyone;
  • Ensure the access for all students to school buildings and classrooms, including extra-curricular activities, that are free from prejudice and other physical and psychological barriers;
  • Opportunities for all secondary school students to participate in community and/or job skill development programs.
  • All stakeholders (e.g., students with and without disabilities, their families, postsecondary personnel, decision makers, and community members) must work collaboratively to revise existing policies and legal procedures to become more inclusive

Education System

  • Provision of safe and accessible environment
  • Personal support services (e.g. teacher assistants) which has appropriate pre-service and in-service training
  • Scope and content of the individual education plans to meet needs of each student with SEN
  •  Instructional and assistive technologies helping to implement appropriate evaluation and education process
  • Ensuring balance between number of students with and without SEN in the group so that it is not limiting education process of each individual
  •  Involvement of society in promoting inclusive education politics on local and state level

Communication/ Collaboration

  • Importance of collaboration between community structures (e.g., NGO, sport clubs, volunteers, support groups etc), schools and families of children with SEN
  • Improve and promote mutual respect and support among education staff, parents, and students with and without SEN
  • Interdisciplinary collaboration between institutions and professionals from different fields and disciplines working with students with SEN (e.g., education, rehabilitation, social care)
  • Participation and collaboration in international and national projects related to inclusive education. 

Professional Competence

  • Appropriate staff training programs for administrators, teachers, family members, paraprofessionals, and related services staff which will develop the necessary competence and skills
  • Providing in-service professional training to improve generic and specific skills related to education of students with SEN in inclusive environment
  • Self-evaluation and assessment in relation to professional challenges (e.g., burnout, need for extra support from the school administration, other colleagues)
  • Engage in continuous professional development activities (e.g., publications, conferences, workshops, projects etc.)
  • Prepare students with SEN for continuing their educational opportunities beyond high school

Resources/ Support

  • Provision of all necessary personnel and assistive equipment supports, and services to provide all students with opportunities for successful inclusion in education process
  • Access to curriculum accommodations and modifications which allow students with SEN to access core curriculum and assessment and accountability systems;
  • Financial support from the state government and municipality to acquire instructional and assistive technologies, provide environment accessibility
  • Creative ways to allocate special and general education resources with funding obstacles removed
  • Support students and families in advocating for lifelong learning
  • Parents and family involvement in provision of support in the education setting and out-of school activities

Social Inclusion

  •        Pursuing knowledge on independent participation in society and learning collectively with each other
  •        Investigating attitude of teachers, parents, society, students without SEN towards inclusion of students with SEN
  •        Acquiring maturity through new experiences, gaining new responsibilities and ways of problem-solving
  • Seek positive practices that promote the public good and ensure respect for the student’s and family’s cultural context
  • Ensure that education staff is knowledgeable about instructing students from different social groups and with varied learning styles and from culturally linguistic diverse backgrounds (e.g., families re-emigrating back to home country) 
  • Promote sense of belonging, self-esteem, self- efficacy and self – empowerment in students with SEN.

 

Approved by the experts of the project “Today’s Education for Development of Future Society” (project nr. 2014.LV/PR/07/10)

Aija Klavina, Latvian Disabled Children and Youth Sport Federation (Latvia)
Daina Voita, Riga Teacher Training and Education Management Academy. LDCYSF (Latvia)
Anda Kaulina, Riga Teacher Training and Education Management Academy, LDCYSF (Latvia)
Anita Petersone, Riga Teacher Training and Education Management Academy (Latvia)
Per Skoglund, European Agency for Special Needs & Inclusive Education (Denmark)
Aija Saari, Finnish Sports Association of Persons with Disabilities (Finland)
Theo Hartgogh, University of Vechta (Germany)
Kate Feeney, CARA Adapted Physical Activity Centre (Ireland)
Natalia Kharchenko, State Higher Educational Establishment «Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskyi State Pedagogical University named after Hryhoriy Skovoroda», (Ukraine)
Mahdalyna Lyla, State Higher Educational Establishment «Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskyi State Pedagogical University named after Hryhoriy Skovoroda», (Ukraine)
Lena Hammar, The National Agency for Special Needs Education and Schools (Sweden)
Marta Bielawska, Academy of Special Education in Warsaw (Poland)
Jurate Pozeriene, Diana, Lithuanian Sport University (Lithuania)
Diana Reklaitiene, Lithuanian Sport University (Lithuania)
Susan Marron, St. Patrick’s College, Dublin (Ireland)
Tim Prendergrast, Youth Sport Trust (UK)
Javier Perez Tejero, Centre for Inclusive Sport Studies – CEDI (Spain)
Alexandra Di Stefano, Università degli Studi “G. d’Annunzio” Chieti –Pescara (Italy)
Kristof Szabo, Hungarian Paralympic Committee (Hungary)

Interdisciplinary Approach of Inclusive Education

posted May 7, 2015, 5:00 AM by Aija Asports


Overview of the International Project in Latvia 

            The presidency of the Council of the European Union (EU) rotates among the EU Member States every six months and the country holding the presidency drives forward the Council's work. Latvia is holding position of the presidency of the Council of the EU from 1 January 2015 to 30 June 2015. Presidency is an opportunity for each Member State to influence the EU agenda and guide the EU actions.

            Latvian Disabled Children and Youth Sport federation (LDCYSF) received grant from the Latvia’s State for the project “Today’s Education for Development of Future Society” that was implemented within the Latvia’s Presidency of the Council of the EU.  The project aimed to introduce national and international education professionals and society about innovative trends of inclusive education to improve availability of sources at the state, society and private sector in order to implement inclusive education policies. The four international seminars were organized across Latvia (April 8-9) followed by the International scientific conference in Riga (April 10).  The project was done in collaboration with the Riga Teacher Training and Education Management Academy (RTTEMA) and many local partners providing inclusive education programs.

            More than 600 participants from 16 countries met in project events. The term “inclusive education” was viewed interdisciplinary ensuring inclusive, lifelong learning for all, and improving the quality of education. The four priority topics selected for seminars were:

(1) Innovative and interdisciplinary life-long education to ensure sustainable society development.

(2) Interdisciplinary support model for improving physical and mental health of school age children.

(3) The role of municipality and state in ensuring current needs in the school environment

(4) Inclusive education in promoting social equality. 

            Each seminar included experts’ presentations representing broad range of disciplines that was followed by the group discussions focusing on interdisciplinary, competency-based approach to increase curricula relevance and address diversity. 17 invited experts representing 16 different organizations, institutions and higher education settings from 13 countries contributed quality and professional expertise of project events: Finland - Aija Saari, Finnish Sports Association of Persons with Disabilities; United Kingdom - Tim Prendergrast, Youth Sport Trust; Poland - Marta Agnieszka Bielawska - Academy of Special Education in Warsaw; Ukraine - Natalia Kharchenko, Mahdalyna Lyla, State Higher Educational Establishment «Pereyaslav-Khmelnytskyi State Pedagogical University named after Hryhoriy Skovoroda»;  Lithuania – Diana Reklaitiene, Lithuanian Sport University, Kaunas; Ireland - Kate Feeney from the CARA Adapted Physical Activity Centre and Susan Marron from the St. Patrick’s College, Dublin; Sweden – Lena Hammar, the National Agency for Special Needs Education and Schools; Denmark – Per Skoglund, European Agency for Special Needs & Inclusive Education;  Spain – Javier Perez Tejero, Centre for Inclusive Sport Studies – CEDI;  Germany – Prof. Theo Hartogh, University of Vechta; Latvia – Dr.biol. Daina Voita, Prof. Zenta Anspoka, Prof. Juris Porozovs, RTTEMA; Italy - Alexandra Di Stefano, Università degli Studi “G. d’Annunzio” Chieti –Pescara (Italy), Hungary – Kristof Szabo, Hungarian Paralympic Committee. The topics of presentations illustrated clearly interdisciplinary approach of inclusive education encouraging professionals from different areas and disciplines meet and work together collaboratively. Participation of everyone is a key strategy offering possibility to take into account interests, needs and perspectives of each participant of inclusive education. For example, Per Skoglund (Project Adviser European Agency for Special Needs & Inclusive Education and R&D leader at Swedish National Agency for Special Needs Education & Schools) presented the work of the European Agency for Special Needs and Inclusive Education from organizational history signifying some current key projects and examples of functioning inclusive processes. He emphasized crucial aspects of increased inclusiveness in relation to raising the achievement of all learners, ways to increase the capability of school systems and schools to include all learners and importance of a systemic perspective on inclusion as increased quality of schools.  Aija Saari (Research Manager, Finnish Sports Association of Persons with Disabilities) highlighted negative attitudes and lack of knowledge of sports personnel as the major hindrances to sports participation of persons with disabilities. She discussed different learning environments, for example, formal (e.g., seminars, workshops) and non-formal situations (e.g., events and meetings). Also, she presented the Finnish experience of Junior Games and the Disability sports fair as win-win -examples of co-operation offering a promising platform to facilitate learning in real life situations for students and experienced professionals from various fields.  Professor Theo Hartogh from the University of Vechta (Germany) presented life long education in music – a contribution to the quality of life of people irrespective of age.  Kate Feeney from CARA Adapted Physical Activity Centre (Ireland) presented National Standardized Training that provides professionals the opportunity to develop confidence and competence in working with people with disabilities along with providing knowledge and skills to design and deliver worthwhile inclusive lessons. Susan Marron from Ireland and Marta Agnieszka Bielawska from Poland shared experience from their countries in teaching pre-service teachers to work in inclusive education. All presentations and other materials from the international seminars are available at: https://sites.google.com/a/asports.lv/lbjisf/Resources/es-prezidenturas-projekts/presentationsfromtheprojecteventsprezentacijasnoprojektapasakumiem

            In conclusion of the four seminars the International Conference “THEORY FOR PRACTICE IN THE EDUCATION OF CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY” was organized on April 10 in Riga at the Riga Teacher Training Education Management Academy, the partner of the LDCYSF in this project.  The Conference was dedicated to the "Academia-200" and the Latvian Presidency of the Council of the European Union. The Minister of Ministry of Education and Science of Latvia Marite Seile and President of the Latvian Academy of Sciences Ojars Sparitis attended the opening session of the conference. 104 oral presentations (25 of them on topics of inclusive education) were included in the 9 parallel sessions: (1) Higher Education: a New Challenges in the Study Process; (2) The Traditional and Innovative in the Preschool and School Pedagogical Process; (3) The Child’s Language in the Contemporary Changeable Society; (4) Theory and Practice in the Development of Psychology and Art Pedagogy; (5) Physical, Mental Health and Social Environment; (6) Education Management: Theory and Management of Educational Organizations; (7) Inclusive Education to Promote Equal Society; (8) Entrepreneurship in Latvia and in the World – Challenges and Opportunities; (9) Challenges and problem solutions of inclusive education (special session on outcomes of the international seminars). 

            The outcome document of the project “Resolution of the Inclusive Education” is under review now. It will be submitted to the European Agency for Special Needs & Inclusive Education as well as disseminated to other international bodies providing and promoting inclusive education. Also, this document will be accessible on the project web page indicated above.


Aija Klavina

Chief of the Board, Latvian Disabled Children and Youth Sport Federation,

Project coordinator

Presentations from the project events/ Prezentācijas no projekta pasākumiem

posted Apr 19, 2015, 12:25 AM by Aija Asports   [ updated May 7, 2015, 1:34 AM ]

Cesis_Dažādas nacionalitātes un kultūras vienotā skolā.pptx

Cesis_seminars.ppt

  

Reklaiteine_Restricted Environment and Intervention Strategies through Physical Activity-1.pptx

L_Hammar_Riga.ppt

P.S Jekabpils Day 1original-“Inclusive education Challenges and ways to increase the capability of schools” PS.pptx

Reklaitiene_The assessment of emotional and behavioural characteristics of-1.pptx

SIA &laquo_Studio ABC&raquo_.pptx

Strazdina_RPIVA 10.04.2015.ppt

P.S Kuldiga Day 2 original-“Inclusive education Challenges and ways to increase the capability of schools” PS.pptx

P.S RIGA-3 original Inclusive education i Europe- European Agency´s work, examples and reflections.pptx


AK_inclusive_ed_LV.ppt


DV_Implementing_Inclusive_Education.ppt


Anita_Petersone.pptx


8.04.2015 ‎(DEVELOPMENT OF LISTENING)‎.pptx


10.04.2015 ‎(DEVELOPMETNT IN PRESCHOOLERS)‎.pptx


Презентація ‎(Лила М.В.)‎‎(1)‎.pptx


Hartogh Seminar 2015.pdf

K_Szabo_Riga_Social_Benefits_of_Inclusiveness.pdf


Hartogh Seminar 2015.pdf


SaariAija_Aluksne080415.pdf

RIGA Susan Marron SPD April 2015 FINAL.pdf


Kate Presentation on View from Ireland.pdf


Aicinām piedalīties starptautiskajos semināros par iekļaujošo izglītību

posted Mar 10, 2015, 9:18 PM by Aija Asports   [ updated Mar 10, 2015, 9:19 PM ]


8.-9. aprīlī četrās Latvijas pilsētās notiks starptautiskie semināri par dažādām iekļaujošās izglītības tēmām, kur piedalīsies starptautiskie un Latvijas eksperti. Seminārus organizē Latvijas Bērnu un jauniešu invalīdu sporta federācija (LBJISF) sadarbībā ar Rīgas pedagoģijas un vadības akadēmiju (RPIVA) Latvijas valsts budžeta finansētās programmas „Atbalsts sabiedrības līdzdalībai Latvijas prezidentūras Eiropas Savienības Padomē īstenošanā” ietvaros.  

Semināros Latvijas un starptautiskie izglītības speciālisti diskutēs un sabiedrība varēs uzzināt par jaunākajām iekļaujošās izglītības tendencēm, lai pilnveidotu resursu nodrošinājumu valsts, sabiedriskā un privātā sektora pārstāvjiem iekļaujošās izglītības politikas īstenošanai. 

8.aprīlī seminārs ”Inovatīva un starpdisciplināra mūžizglītība sabiedrības ilgstspējīgai attīstībai” notiks Alūksnē, kur uzstāsies eksperti - profesors Teo Hartoghs (Theo Hartogh) no Vehtas universitātes (Vācija), Daina Voita no Rīgas Pedagoģijas un vadības akadēmijas (Latvija), pētniecības vadītāja Aija Saari no Somijas Sporta asociācija cilvēkiem ar invaliditāti. Darba grupās tiks diskutēts par vecāku līdzdalību mūžizglītības procesā, cilvēku motivāciju mācīties mūža garumā un sabiedrības iesaistīšanu mūžizglītības procesā. Pieteikuma formas un vairāk informācija par semināru Alūksnē pieejama: aluksne@rpiva.lv, tālr. 64381168, mob.tālr. 26443798 

                                         
                           Teo Hartogs                                                                             Ajia Saari

Paralēli šai dienā Jēkabpilī notiks seminārs “Starpdisciplinārs atbalsta modelis skolēnu garīgās un fiziskās veselības uzlabošanai”, kur eksperti būs Eiropas speciālās izglītības attīstības aģentūras projektu vadītājs Pers Skoglunds, paralimpisko spēļu medaļnieks, iekļaujošās izglītības mentors Lielbritānijā Tims Prendergasts un profesore Zenta Anspoka no RPIVA. Darba grupās notiks diskusijas par speciālistu, pašvaldības kompetenci un vecāku līdzdalību iekļaujošās izglītības nodrošināšanā. Pieteikuma formas un vairāk informācija par semināru Jēkabpilī pieejama: jekabpils@rpiva.lv, tālr. 65221150, mob.tālr. 26437259 


9.aprīlī Kuldīgā notiks seminārs “Pašvaldību un valsts loma skolu aktuālo vajadzību nodrošināšanā” piedalīsies eksperti prof. Havjers Perezs Težero (Javier Perez Tejero) no Madrides universitātes (Spānija),  Pers Skoglunds (Eiropas speciālās izglītības attīstības aģentūra, Zviedrija). Diskusiju grupu darbā tiks diskutēts par aktivitātēm iekļaujošā izglītībā un pedagogu radošumu. Pieteikuma formas un vairāk informācija par semināru Kuldīgā pieejama: kuldiga@rpiva.lv, tālr.63323457, mob.tālr.26437524 
                                                      
                             Pers Skoglunds                                                            Tims Prendergasts

Šajā dienā Cēsīs notiks seminārs “Iekļaujoša izglītība sociālās vienlīdzības sekmēšanai” ar tādu starptautiski atpazīstamu ekspertu piedalīšanos, kā Lenas Hammar no Speciālās izglītības aģentūras (Zviedrija), Dr. Ksaba Sos (Csaba Sós) - Olimpisko un paralimisko spēļu Ungārijas izlases peldētāju treneris un jaunā zinātniece no Varšavas Speciālās izglītības akadēmijas (Polija) Marta Bielavska (Marta Bielawska). Pieteikuma formas un vairāk informācija par semināru Cēsīs pieejama: cesis@rpiva.lv, tālr. 64122479, mob.tālr. 26437549 

               
                                
                             Marta Bielavska                                                                    Lena Hammar     

Semināru ziņojumu un diskusiju rezultātā gūtie secinājumi tiks apkopoti rezolūcijā, ko apspriedīs un apstiprinās speciāli organizētā darba sekcijā starptautiskajā zinātniskajā konferencē 10.aprīlī “Teorija praksei mūsdienu sabiedrības izglītībā” Rīgas pedagoģijas un vadības akadēmijā Rīgā. Pieteikuma formas un vairāk informācija par konferenci pieejama: http://www.rpiva.lv/pdf/RTTEMA_8_conference_10_04_2015_7.pdf, tel. 67 808 124, 67 808 132, e-pasts: zd@rpiva.lv 

Semināros un konferencē piedalīsies dalībnieki no vairāk kā 16 Eiropas valstīm. 

Informācija par projekta pasākumu norisi un dalībniekiem tiks papildināta LBJISF (www.asports.lv) un RPIVA (www.rpiva.lv) mājas lapās. 

Kontakti informācijai par projekta pasākumiem: aija@asports.lv, tālr. 2920 3488. 

Acinām pieteikties uz semināriem par iekļaujošo izglītību

posted Feb 21, 2015, 7:07 AM by Aija Asports   [ updated Feb 21, 2015, 7:07 AM ]



Aicinām organizāciju, iestāžu pārstāvjus un citus interesentus piedalīties dalībai starptautiskajos semināros, ko organizē Latvijas Bērnu un jauniešu invalīdu sporta federācija (LBJISF) sadarbībā ar Rīgas Pedagoģijas un Izglītības vadības akadēmiju (RPIVA) projekta “Šodienas izglītība nākotnes sabiedrības izaugsmei”. 
 Projektu finansē Latvijas valsts programmas „Atbalsts sabiedrības līdzdalībai Latvijas prezidentūras Eiropas Savienības Padomē" ietvaros. 

2015.gada 8. aprīlis 

”Inovatīva un starpdisciplināra mūžizglītība sabiedrības ilgtspējīgai attīstībai” 

Vieta: E.Glika Alūksnes valsts ģimnāzija, Glika iela 10, Alūksne 
Kontakti: aluksne@rpiva.lv, tālr. 64381168, mob.tālr. 26443798 



“Stardisciplinārs atbalsta modelis skolēnu garīgās un fiziskās veselības uzlabošanai” 


Vieta: RPIVA Jēkabpils filiāle, Rīgas iela 210a, Jēkabpils 
Kontakti: jekabpils@rpiva.lv, tālr. 65221150, mob.tālr. 26437259 



2015. gada 9.aprīlis 

“Pašvaldību un valsts loma skolu aktuālo vajadzību nodrošināšanā” 

Vieta: RPIVA Kuldīgas filiāles zālē, Kalna ielā 19, Kuldīga 
Kontakti: kuldiga@rpiva.lv, tālr.63323457, mob.tālr.26437524, 



“Iekļaujoša izglītība sociālās vienlīdzības sekmēšanai” 


Vieta: RPIVA Cēsu filiāle, L.Katrīnas ielā 2, Cēsis 
Kontakti: cesis@rpiva.lv, tālr. 64122479, mob.tālr. 26437549 

Semināru ziņojumu un diskusiju rezultātā gūtos secinājumus apkopos rezolūcijā, ko apspriedīs un apstiprinās starptautiskajā zinātniskajā konferencē 10.aprīlī Rīgā.  

Starptautiskā zinātniskā konference “TEORIJA PRAKSEI MŪSDIENU SABIEDRĪBAS IZGLĪTĪBĀ” Rīgā, RPIVA http://www.rpiva.lv/pdf/RTTEMA_8_conference_10_04_2015_7.pdf

Ja Jūs vēlaties saņemt vairāk informāciju par pasākumiem, lūdzu, sazinieties ar mums: 

e-pasts: aija@asports.lv, tel. 2920 3488 Aija Kļaviņa


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