Strategy of social inclusion of the youth with special needs: Moscow experience

  • 498 views
Uploaded on

 

More in: Education , Technology
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Be the first to comment
No Downloads

Views

Total Views
498
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0

Actions

Shares
Downloads
6
Comments
0
Likes
1

Embeds 0

No embeds

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
    No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. Strategy of social inclusion of the youth with special needs : Moscow experience Prof. Mikhail Nikitin, Director of Institute for VET Research, Moscow, Russia
  • 2. Профессиональное образование Москвы
  • 3. Students with special needs at Moscow colleges (2010)
  • 4. Categories of students with special needs at Moscow colleges
    • With somatic diseases – 29,4%
    • With learning and behavioral problems – 7,9%
    • With intellectual retardation – 40,2%
    • With locomotor problems – 6.6%
    • With speech problems – 0.3%
    • With eyesight problems – 1.1%
    • With hearing problems – 14.7%
  • 5. Types of special general schools
    • Type I – for deaf children and children with hearing problems ;
    • Type II - for children with hearing and speech problems ;
    • Type III - for blind children ;
    • Type IV – for children with eyesight problems ;
    • Type V – for children with serious speech defects ;
    • Type VI - for children with locomotor problems ;
    • TypeVII – for retarded children ;
    • Type VIII – for children with mental problems .
  • 6.  
  • 7. Education and training opportunities for youth with special needs (to address their individual needs, capabilities and interests) to ensure their social inclusion
    • General secondary education
    • Initial and secondary VET
    • Higher/university education
    • Continuing education and training
  • 8. Formats of VET offered to students with special needs at VET colleges
    • Inclusive format
    • Integrated format (partial, full and temporary integration)
    • Separate (special) groups
  • 9. Occupations of training for people with special needs at Initial VET schools
  • 10. Occupations of training for students with special needs at Secondary VET schools
  • 11. Occupations most favoured by students with special needs
    • Translator into sign language;
    • Insurance sector ;
    • Self-employment in the social sector .
  • 12. Innovative models of VET for students with special needs at Moscow colleges
    • Workplace learning/training (crafts centres, e.g. for students with mental and psychic problems) followed by employment opportunities
    • Small enterprises for graduates with special needs set up at colleges
    • Social and occupational adaptation by means of vocational orientation and career guidance
    • Use of distance-learning
    • Structural units established at colleges specifically for students with special needs (e.g. for deaf students)
  • 13. Integration of vocational, correction and developmental teaching and learning
    • Training teachers to work with students with special needs
    • Identification of learning needs, interests and capabilities of individual students
    • Designing individual learning paths
    • Psychological, methodological, medical and social support to learners all along the way
  • 14. Problems awaiting resolution
    • - Unbalanced territorial distribution of VET schools that train students with special needs
    • - Lack of a comprehensive programme integrating efforts of various ministries and stakeholders
    • - Lack of structured anticipation of demand for training students with special needs
    • - Lack of adequately trained teachers
    • - Problems with jobs for graduates with special needs
  • 15. Thank you for attention Research Institute for VET 3, 2-nd Baltyisky pereulok, Moscow, 125315 Tel. : ( + 7 499)151-12-87 E-mail : [email_address]