“The SEN Toolkit”: Greater inclusivity provisionfor SEN students in mainstream classrooms
The SEN project supports educators by developing competences, particularly in identification and inclusive classroom practices for category B SEN learners in mainstream classrooms with general support needs.
There are 7 participating partners on the project, coming from 5 different European countries.These partners will bring a mix of expertise and backgrounds in provisions for students with specialeducational needs, development of training material, teacher training, digital course development,soft skills and coaching.
The SEN project is focused on four main target groups:
1) Mainstream classroom teachers
2) Students with category B special educational needs
3) Institutions that offer teacher training and further formation to teachers
4) Members of society and school stakeholders
We would like to invite you to explore the project Website for additional details.
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