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PROJECTE COMENIUS 2011-13
Kristiansund (Norway) 30 May – 3 June
PROJECTE COMENIUS 2011-13
Kristiansund (Norway) 30 May – 3 June
BEKKEFARET SCHOOL
Bekkefaret Skole (Norway) is a special school for children
and young people aged 6-21 years. The pupils ...
BEKKEFARET SCHOOL
They have physical and sensory impairments, syndromes, epilepsy and
other medical conditions, autistic d...
PERSONAL DE L’ESCOLA: 4 teachers, 2 social educators,
7 auxiliars(someone partial time).
They meet each other once a week ...
BEKKEFARET SCHOOL
BEKKEFARET SCHOOL
Sensory Room
Physiotherapy room
Playground Hydrotherapy
EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM IN NORWAY
INCLUSIVE EDUCATION
INCLUSIVE EDUCATION
COMENIUS PROJECT
“Hear my Voice”
MAKE CHOICES
The main focus in our work is to give the students possibilities to have an
...
COMENIUS PROJECT
“Hear my Voice”
MAKE CHOICES
Here are some examples:
Possibilities to choose which music they want to lis...
COMENIUS PROJECT
“Hear my Voice”
Chosing Christmas
Songs
Chosing Favourite
Songs
COMENIUS PROJECT
“Hear my Voice”
COMMUNICATION
Communication Book
This book contain different areas in the students life. ...
COMENIUS PROJECT
“Hear my Voice”
COMMUNICATION
Diary with photos
To give the students the opportunity to tell their famili...
COMMUNICATION
Day and week schedule
Mobile day-schedule is a very useful tool for several students. They always
have the p...
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VISIT TO BEKKEFARET SKOLE IN KRISTIANSUND, NORWAY. FOR EST PLATFORM

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From 29May-05 June 2012, we visited Bekkefaret Skole in Kristiansund, Norway, an institution for children with PMLD and children with ASD. Examples of good practice in teaching music, multi-sensory story telling and ASD sessions were observed. We assisted to a presentation about the Norwegian eduction system. positive and negative outcomes of inclusive education were discussed. A multi-sensory box and story was handed over to the participants.

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  1. 1. PROJECTE COMENIUS 2011-13 Kristiansund (Norway) 30 May – 3 June
  2. 2. PROJECTE COMENIUS 2011-13 Kristiansund (Norway) 30 May – 3 June
  3. 3. BEKKEFARET SCHOOL Bekkefaret Skole (Norway) is a special school for children and young people aged 6-21 years. The pupils have severe and profound learning difficulties associated with severe developmental delay.
  4. 4. BEKKEFARET SCHOOL They have physical and sensory impairments, syndromes, epilepsy and other medical conditions, autistic disorder and challenging behaviours. In Norway most children with special needs go to their local school. Only a small number of children with severe handicaps may have their school organised in small groups outside the ordinary schools. The personnel on Bekkefaret skole, is a small group of teachers and supporting staff, who have little contact with other special schools. Therefore it is of great importance that we can meet others with special knowledge to exchange experiences and to extend our knowledge. Kristiansund is also a centre for refugees and work immigrants in the area. Cultural differences in connection with special education is an important issue for us.
  5. 5. PERSONAL DE L’ESCOLA: 4 teachers, 2 social educators, 7 auxiliars(someone partial time). They meet each other once a week to talk about their learniers. BEKKEFARET SCHOOL
  6. 6. BEKKEFARET SCHOOL
  7. 7. BEKKEFARET SCHOOL
  8. 8. Sensory Room
  9. 9. Physiotherapy room
  10. 10. Playground Hydrotherapy
  11. 11. EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM IN NORWAY
  12. 12. INCLUSIVE EDUCATION
  13. 13. INCLUSIVE EDUCATION
  14. 14. COMENIUS PROJECT “Hear my Voice” MAKE CHOICES The main focus in our work is to give the students possibilities to have an influence on the daily life at school and the wider community. To reach this goal it Is important to give the students communication-systems which are adapted to each students level, physically and mentally. Different reasons do that most of the students need AAC, for supply for spoken language, or they use AAC as main communication. We have developed communication-systems for each student, who give them possibilities to influence on their life at school, home or other arenas in their life.
  15. 15. COMENIUS PROJECT “Hear my Voice” MAKE CHOICES Here are some examples: Possibilities to choose which music they want to listen to. On the wall we have different pictures who symbolize different kinds of music. The student take a picture from the wall, and put it on the cd-player. Then, the teacher helps the student to find this cd. The meaning of every picture is especially exercised, before they start to use them in natural environments, so we are sure they understand what each picture is symbolizing.
  16. 16. COMENIUS PROJECT “Hear my Voice” Chosing Christmas Songs Chosing Favourite Songs
  17. 17. COMENIUS PROJECT “Hear my Voice” COMMUNICATION Communication Book This book contain different areas in the students life. Examples; bead meals, bathroom, family, horse-riding… With this book the student can communicate with people about all stages of their daily routine. We are also using communication-sheets, they functioning is similar to communication skills,however, they are theme based. (example: meals) When the student starts using pictures as a communication aid, we start with communication sheets, then the sheets are put together to form a communication book.
  18. 18. COMENIUS PROJECT “Hear my Voice” COMMUNICATION Diary with photos To give the students the opportunity to tell their families or others about the day at school, some of them bring pictures or a diary with pictures with them to their homes. This method creates opportunities for the students to tell their family members about what happened at school today. This diaries/pictures give them opportunities to communicate with different people (example: at school, the daycare-centre, and other people they meet).
  19. 19. COMMUNICATION Day and week schedule Mobile day-schedule is a very useful tool for several students. They always have the possibility to get a reminder of what will happen, even if they aren`t at the classroom. A mobile schedule help them to have a focus on the activity they are going to do. It is especially useful when the students move from one room to another throughout their daily routine. COMENIUS PROJECT “Hear my Voice”
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