Activities per year
Methodology: This overall project is being carried out utilising a collaborative, action-based and stakeholder-empowering methodology, and is being undertaken in four overlapping phases. The training materials and the training process will be evaluated using a combined process and outcome evaluation methodology (Royse et al., 2016). This will include the use of both quantitative and qualitative methods.
Results/Activity to date: Project activity to date has focused on the mapping the ‘state of the art’ regarding existing models and practice regarding teacher education in ASD, as well as identifying the current knowledge, attitudes and training needs of teachers. Academics from the University of Northampton in the UK, the lead partner in the ASD-EAST project, have reviewed the literature regarding teacher education in ASD generally, while partners from Croatia, North Macedonia and Poland have led on reviewing local policy and practice on this topic.
Conclusions:Initial analysis of the mapping activity has demonstrated that teachers across all three countries lack knowledge about intervention and educational methods in autism, and that they have a strong desire for training regarding practical strategies that are applicable to their work settings. This identifies the value of the project, and suggests that such training could bring about positive change for teachers and learners alike.
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - 16 May 2019|
|Event||„70 ГОДИНИ - ОРГАНИЗИРАНА ЕДУКАЦИЈА,РЕХАБИЛИТАЦИЈА И ВРАБОТУВАЊЕ НА ЛИЦА СО ПОПРЕЧЕНОСТ ВО РЕПУБЛИКА МАКЕДОНИЈА“: 70 years - Organized education, rehabilitation and employment of people with disability in the republic of North Macedonia - Bitola, Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of|
Duration: 16 May 2019 → 18 May 2019
|Conference||„70 ГОДИНИ - ОРГАНИЗИРАНА ЕДУКАЦИЈА,РЕХАБИЛИТАЦИЈА И ВРАБОТУВАЊЕ НА ЛИЦА СО ПОПРЕЧЕНОСТ ВО РЕПУБЛИКА МАКЕДОНИЈА“|
|Country/Territory||Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of|
|Period||16/05/19 → 18/05/19|
- Teacher Training
- Special Education Needs
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Developing training for teachers to support the inclusion in education of pupils with Autism Spectrum Disorder in Eastern Europe and the Balkans
Jasmina Troshanska (Author), Ana Petkovska Nikolovska (Author), Ivana Lessner Listiakova (Author), Jasmina Stošić (Author), Natalija Lisak (Author), Joanna Kossewska (Author), Tamara Cierpiałowska (Author), Anna Bombińska-Domżał (Author), Elżbieta Lubińska-Kościółek (Author), Sylwia Niemiec (Author), Małgorzata Płoszaj (Author) & David Preece (Author)17 May 2019
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