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VIRTUAL TRAINING COURSE

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We offer a virtual course, easily accessible through an e-learning platform, to train pre-primary education teachers from existing centers so they can transform their classrooms into inclusive ones, for children between 1 to 6 years old with mild to severe visual impairment.

This course is based on the conviction that Integrated Education offers more possibilities towards children’s psychosocial development than a segregated one. The goal of this type of education is the inclusion of students with visual impairment, so they are capable of participating and interacting normally with other children without visual disabilities, and also competing in the same productivity and efficiency conditions in the future. Therefore, this course do not focus on early childhood education curricular issues, but it provides essential training to work with students with special needs through an innovative methodology that tries to fully integrate these students along with non-visually impaired students so they develop the social skills and self-confidence that will be paramount for, in the short term, their access to primary education, and for their social and labor inclusion in the future.

BASIC INFORMATION

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Number of Didactic Units: 10
Number of downloadable materials: 15
Estimated number of hours to complete the course: 250
Number of pages of downloadable material: 500

COURSE STRUCTURE

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The contents of the course will be structured in:

BLOCK 1: A teacher training plan for the development of the psychomotor, cognitive, social-emotional, and manual-artistic areas of the beneficiaries in standard schools.

BLOCK 2: Support Documents, Technical Advice to the schools’ staff.

BLOCK 3: Plan for the Diffusion and Extension of the services.

COURSE CONTENTS

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1. TOPIC 1: WHAT IS THIS COURSE FOR?
1.1. Objectives of this course.
1.2. Characteristics of this course.
1.3. Evaluation and certification of the
course.
1.4. Legislative framework in educational
matter.
2. TOPIC 2: UNDERSTANDING LOW VISION  
2.1. Basic concepts and general aspects to
have in mind.
2.2. What is low vision?
2.3. Albinism.
2.4. Aniridia.
2.5. The importance of early attention in low
vision.
2.6. Audiovisual materials.
3. TOPIC 3: LOW VISION IN EARLY EDUCATION CLASSROOMS
3.1. Previous knowledge.
3.2. Orientation and mobility.
3.3. Abilities for daily life.
3.4. Evolving development of students with low
vision.
3.4.1. General development.
3.4.2. Perceptive-sensor development.
3.4.3. Psychomotor development.
3.4.4. Cognitive development.
3.4.5. Affective-emotional development. 
4. TOPIC 4: NEW TECHNOLOGÍES AS A MEANS OF INCLUSION IN THE CLASSROOM
4.1. ICTs and inclusive education.
4.2. ICTs as an inclusive resource for Early
Education.
4.5. Digital pedagogies.
5. TOPIC 5: DIGITAL METHODOLOGY IN THE INCLUSION OF EARLY CHILDHOOD STUDENTS IN THE CLASSROOM
Guide on the methodological use of the games
and APP in the classroom.
O2: The educational
game. 
6. TOPIC 6: ACTIONS OF THE EARLY EDUCATION TEACHER REGARDING LOW VISION IN THE CLASSROOM
6.1. Objectives to reach in Primary Education.
6.2. Recommendations.
6.3. The inclusive classroom.
6.4. Individual curricular adaptations.
6.5. Development of the curricular adaptation.  
6.6. Collaboration between teachers and families..
6.7. Collaboration between teachers and
associations.
6.8. At the other side of the curricular
adaptation.
7. TOPIC 7: ACTIONS OF THE SCHOOL REGARDING LOW VISION IN EARLY CHILDHOOD CLASSROOMS
7.1. Diversity awareness plan (DAP).
7.2. General orientations to have in mind for
the development of the DAP.
7.3. Specific adaptations to have in mind for
the development of the DAP.
7.4. Collaboration between the school and
families.
7.5. Collaboration between the school and
associations.
8. TOPIC 8: RESOURCES FOR TEACHERS
8.1. Curricular adaptation models.
8.2. Educational resources.
9. TOPIC 9: BRIDGES TOWARDS PRIMARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION
9.1. Accessibility adaptations towards the school curriculum.  
9.2. ICTs and tiflotechnology.  
10. TOPIC 10: THE ERASMUS PLUS PROGRAMME AS A TOOL FOR THE EDUCATIONAL INCLUSION OF STUDENTS WITH LOW VISION.
10.1. Explanation of the program.
10.2. Ideas for projects with low vision
students.
10.3. Tools of the program for teachers of early childhood education.

ACCESS TO THE COURSE

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You have two options to access to the course:

ACCESS TO THE ELEARNING PLATFORM

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Registration is necessary to access personalized learning and obtain certification and digital badge. However, if you prefer to access as a guest to see the possibilities offered by VIVAR, please access the following information:

COURSE (User and password): guest_SFA

DOWNLOAD THE CONTENTS OF THE COURSE

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This web platform is a result of the project: LOOKING OUT FOR A SCHOOL FOR ALL

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.

This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

This publication is available in Open Access under the Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 IGO (CC-BY-NC-ND 3.0 IGO) license (http:/ creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/igo/).

By using the content of this publication, the users accept to be bound by the terms of use of the ERASMUS PLUS GUIDE 2019 and also of REDTREE MAKING PROJECTS COOP. V.

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