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INSTITUTE FOR BLIND AND PARTIALLY SIGHTED CHILDREN (ZSSM), LJUBLJANA ( November 2013 ). The law. Parnets hand in a application form to The National Education Institute of the Republic of Slovenia.

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The law
The law

  • Parnets hand in a application form to The National Education Institute of the Republic of Slovenia.

  • A commission tests a child – in a decisionit is set: school, special equipment, hours of special help (school, Institue), ways of testing, adaptations needed ...

  • School contacts Institue for blind and partially sighted, if a child is not accepted at our school.


Our work
OUR WORK

  • Kindergarten,

  • Elementary school,

  • Secondary school,

  • Inclusion.


Itinerary teacher coordinator in inclusive classroom
Itinerary teacher – coordinator in inclusive classroom

Children (aged 0 to 19) from:

  • Ljubljana,

  • Gorenjska,

  • Koroška,

  • Primorska,

  • Štajerska ,

  • Prekmurje,

  • Dolenjska.


In the school we go to
IN THE SCHOOL WE GO TO

Advisingtheteachers, schoolcounsellors, headmasters;

Class – observations;


In the school we go to1
IN THE SCHOOL WE GO TO

  • Test of the sight;

  • Giving information about novelties (books, laws, new instruments ...);

  • Helping to get special

    equipment (computers,

    magnifiers ...);


In the school we go to2
IN THE SCHOOL WE GO TO

  • Lectures for the teachers – test of the sight,

  • Lectures for the students,

  • Workshops for the students and the teachers,


In the school we go to3
IN THE SCHOOL WE GO TO

  • Individual work with a child;

  • Monitoring child`s progress (school, special education, as personality);


In the school we go to4
IN THE SCHOOL WE GO TO

  • Preparing teachers for the blind and visually impaired student (class);

  • Preparing the kindergartens, schools, parents, child for the change (level).

  • Helping with decisions for

    elementary, secondary school;


In the school we go to5
IN THE SCHOOL WE GO TO

  • Organizing special learning hours (orientation, computer skills, typing, self-help);


In the school we go to6
IN THE SCHOOL WE GO TO

  • School meetings for setting an individual program for the child (3-times a year – ip, evaluation of ip, evaluation of ip and new goals);

  • Other:

  • help at home,

  • counseling to other after school teachers (sports, music ...),

  • ...


In the school and at home
IN THE SCHOOL and AT HOME

  • Workingwithparents (e-mail);

  • Writingreportsfornationaltests (at theendof 2nd, 3rd triad and at endofsecondaryschool);


In the school and at home1
IN THE SCHOOL and AT HOME

  • Invitations to workshops, meetings, lectures, camps organized by ZSSM or other institutions;


At our intitute
AT OUR INTITUTE

We take care of:

  • KINDERGARTEN,

  • SCHOOL,

  • ACTIVITIES

    FOR INCLUSION,

  • DORMITORY.


At our institute
AT OUR INSTITUTE

  • Organizing workshops and lectures for parents and children (pre-school– high-school);


At our institute1
AT OUR INSTITUTE

  • Working on different projects, conferences (OPTIC – an Inclusive classroom, ESS – Early language teaching, A creative and effective learning environment for the blind and visually impaired, Early intervention ...).


In this job
+ in this job

  • A great deal of variety.

  • You respond when needed.

  • You stay in the classrom as long as you want.

  • A real environment (more than 3 hours).

  • Instant advice.

  • Constant contact with a child, parents, teachers.

  • Children: “Itinerary teacher = my friend”.

  • You can help other children too.


In this job1
- In this job

  • Teacherscangetyouwrong (a burden, control, inspection).

  • School`s willofcooperation (to muchwork, responsibility).

  • Parents` willofcooperation (school, environment, facingtheirownfears).

  • School: “Itineraryteacher = wehave to work”.

  • A lot oftraveling (20 – 400 km / day, up to 5 hours in a car, up to 12 hoursawayfrom home).


How to get the best of it
How to get the best of it?

  • Cooperation: child, parents, school, itinerary teacher.

  • Environment (schoolmates, class organisation).

  • Doing your job, homework, reaching the goals.

  • Feel, understand the other person.

  • Working for life not for one lesson.

  • Learn!