The key competences to ensure that a teacher is equipped to deliver truly inclusive education will be discussed in Skopje and Tirana. Regional TeacherNet Workshops will gather more than 120 Project participants from all over South East Europe to share their vision of an inclusive teacher and to discuss current trends in teacher education.
The discussion will be based on research carried out in South East Europe and beyond. This has shown that teachers’ competences are crucial for an inclusive education system. Feedback on the findings will be used for improvement of existing modules and programmes of teacher professional development.
The workshops, which support improving teachers’ competencies and practices for inclusive
education are organised by the joint EU/CoE Project “Regional Support for Inclusive
It is also an occasion for creating stronger links between the assembled representatives of pilot schools, policy makers, teacher training providers and universities, through shared learning and exchange of experiences.
The participants will also explore how policies, practices and research on inclusive teachers can be bridged. The outcome of the workshops will feed the future vision of an inclusive teacher.
The workshop in Skopje will be on 24-25 June, and the one in Tirana a week later, on 2-3 July.