Inclusive education is considered to be a key mechanism of social inclusion and access to quality education is one of the most important preconditions of social inclusion.
Teachers are among the first ones to observe first signals of students/pupils radicalisation. That’s why they should be equipped with skills which enable them to address such situation and provide general values to their students. „Peer learning“ and direct exchange among the teachers at EU level may help to identify the best practices in given area.
The seminar Inclusive education – a road to social inclusion is hosted by the Slovak NA and its main aim is to give the possibility of building networks among organizations which plan to prepare a KA2/ School Exchange partnership projects on the seminar topic. The capacity of the seminar is set at 60 participants – 2-3 persons from each country. The seminar is open to participants within the field of school education. The contact seminar is mainly targeted at school leaders and teachers (pupils’ age range 10 - 14) interested in the theme of the seminar and committed to develop Erasmus+ School exchange partnerships.
The language of the event is English.
SAAIC as a hosting NA will cover the hosting costs (catering, conference arrangements and speaker fees). Participants will cover their travel expenses to the venue and accommodation from their TCA grants.