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  1. Agency Assessment Project at Peder Lykke Skolen Teachers knowledge/specialist functions? Why Joint Action? PPRs contribution & support ( see people/children with multispectral network, are where things are happening less on administration and writing descriptions of the individual child – are co- responsible for in-service training A child with special needs. Parents and teachers cooperation (not blaming/joint responsibility/ do they contribute equally to benefit of the child's development?) The school´s “ethos”- value of diversity? Teamwork? School management?

  2. Agency Assessment Project at Peder Lykke Skolen The phase before the child joints: The Joint Action Course (JA): • The child is spotted – by teachers. • The parents accept to participate.

  3. Agency Assessments project at Peder Lykke Skolen The purpose of the course: • The child stays in its usual class, and is not segregated. • To discover new and different ways of coping with children, who are difficult to teach by establishing ”joint responsibility.” • All participants are continually assessed • In order ascertain whether the cause is making a difference.

  4. Agency Assessment project at Peder Lykke Skolen Visitation procedure: • If the child is not yet recommended for PPR the school will write an application • The parents and child are invited to a target-meeting

  5. Agency Assessment Project at Peder Lykke SkolenTimetable for JA-course 2007/08

  6. Agency Assessment project at Peder Lykke Skolen Target meetings: • The meetings will clarify: • If the course is suitable for the pupil ? • Whether the people involved wish to participate • Whether everyone involved can see the purpose of the JA-course? • To agree on 2 to 4 measurable goals

  7. Agency Assessment project at Peder Lykke Skolen Score-sheet: • The goals agreed on are written down on a score-sheet. • During the JA-course the parents fill out the score-sheet.( give points) • In the mainstream class the teachers fill out the score-sheet. (give points) • The score is from 1 to 4: 4= very satisfactory, 3=satisfactory, 2= not satisfactory and 1= unacceptable.

  8. Agency Assessments project at Peder Lykke Skolen End of course: • Dates for two or tree follow up meetings are arranged. • The purpose of these meetings are to ensure a continual positive development of the child. • One teacher has time to observe and help the child in its mainstream class.

  9. Agency Assessments project Key Messages for Joint Action 2007-08 • To change the informal procedures into formal procedures • To introduce the Joint Action in mainstream classes

  10. Joint Action project (2007-08) 3. To develop the ”pedagogical note” document in order to increase the focus: - on the child’s educational development - the involvement of parents and child 4. The PPR support teamwork and teachers’ mastering of special education problems as well as parents’ co-operation within the mainsteam calssroom

  11. Key Messages Joint Action 08-09--Social Constructivism in Actionat Peder Lykke SchoolInvolving the mainstream teachers even more“ Hard Evidence”?Involving the pupils’ views/goals even more

  12. Joint Action Key Messages 08-09--Less focus on pupils’ behavioral problemsand more on their educational progressTeachers’ resposibility remains with the class teacherSchool filosophy: School for ALL – don’t give up!