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Prezentare romania see beyond the prejudice 1

  1. 1. See Beyond the Prejudice TURKEY OCTOBER 2010
  2. 2. ROMANIA IN EUROPE Romania
  3. 3. ROMANIA - COUNTIES - Romanian borders on Hungary in the North West, Serbia in the South West, Ukraine in the North, the republic of Moldavia in the North East and Bulgaria in South. Hungary Serbia Ukraine Moldavia Bulgaria Geographical Map Romania is divided into 41 counties and one municipality ( Bucharest ) Administrative l Map
  4. 4. ROMANIA POPULATION: 22, 607 , 620 peoples . AREA: 238,391 sq km (91,843 sq miles). FORM OF GOVERNMENT : with the Constitution adopted in 1991, Romania is parliamentary republic, with two chambers . ROMANIA'S NATIONAL DAY : December 1 , the day when the national unitary state was founded in 1918
  5. 5. Romanian Symbols Romania's Coat of Arms has as a central element the golden eagle with cross Romanian flag T hree equal vertical stripes blue , yellow , and red Romania's national day is December 1 , the day when the national unitary state was founded in 1918
  6. 6. Gorj County S urface area : 560.174 hectares Geographical Map Administrative Map P opulation : 384.852 persons out of which 190.214 men and 194.638 women The county has 2 municipalities, 6 towns and 62 communes C apital c ounty: Târgu Jiu
  7. 7. Târgu Jiu City S urface area: 102 Sq km (39 sq mi) P opulation : 97 . 591 persons Administrative Organization includes 8 localities Web site: The Sculptural Ensemble “Constantin Brancusi” represents the most important tourist attraction Targu-Jiu City Hall         
  8. 8. CECSI Center for Education and Consulting Structural Instruments CECSI is an organization founded in February 2010 in order to respond to the need of economic, social, cultural and administrative development of society in general. Its members carried out various projects with educational and consulting thematic, by accessing European funds
  9. 9. Center for Education and Consulting Structural Instruments “, provides support to all those who need consulting to access EU funds to conduct activities or trainings. - Offering comprehensive and professional consultancy going on from the idea of the project toward its implementation, through: - Researching for EU Funding Opportunities - Monitoring open calls, events - Partner /coordinators of the project Searches and Consortium Management; - Proposal Writing - Training - Project Management - Assistance in reporting during/after project execution - Consulting in sustainability assurance
  10. 10. Partnerships CECSI – Targu Jiu Art Museum CECSI – Eurogems (Italy), Centre for Creative Activity (Poland), Konya Il Milli Egitim Mudurlugu (Turkey), Os Quatro Cantos do Cisne (Portugal), Kamut Gyermekekert Alapítvány (Hungary). CECSI – Villagers Museum from Sacelu CECSI – Kocaeli Metropolitan Municipality (Turcia) CECSI – Secondary School Bolbosi CECSI –City Hall Bolbosi CECSI – Scholar Center for Inclusive Education
  11. 11. Our projects EuroCitizenShip Was developed in Targu Jiu 1 to 10 August 2010, and offered a perception of Europe, including six different European countries: Portugal, Italy, Romania, Hungary, Poland, Turkey and different generations: children, youth, and adults, already.
  12. 12. Youth Park Represent an initiative of an informal group of youngsters, from Bolbosi, program funded by the European Commission “Youth in Action” and co-financed by City Hall Bolbosi Through this project we aimed to cultivate awareness on environmental protection and the importance of active participation of young people, through various actions: the greening space, the non-formal education activities for children and the creation of a park.
  13. 13. Romanian Special Need Education - main goals - School beginning of all children in the nearest mass school of their residence. Maintenance children/pupils in the mass school by providing educational services, logopedic therapies and psycho - pedagogic consultancy to the children who have difficulties to learn, adapt, integrate or who have deviation from normal behavior. Transfer from special school to mass school of pupils who are not the subject of this type of education or who had a wrong diagnosis or who made obvious progress. Guiding to the special schools only in the situations in which the pupil can not integrate in the community or adapt to the timetable of mass school although he was offered the best educational assistance services.
  14. 14. Romanian Special Need Education - statistic date - 28873 pupils with disabilities severe, asociate, deep 14295 pupils with disabilities light who benefit of e ducational and psycho - pedagogic assistance services 17948 pupils including in logopedic therapies services 651 pupils who learn at their place of residence 293468 pupils including in assistance and psycho - pedagogic consultancy 699 support – teachers for 9400 pupils in the mass school
  15. 15. Romanian Special Need Education STRUCTURE Pre-school cycle: beginer (3-4 years); middle (4-5 years); preparation (5-6 years); Primary cycle: (6-9 years); Gymnasium cycle: (9-13 years); Liceum lower cycle(13-15 years)/Art and Trades School (VET 13-16 years); Liceum hig h er cycle(15-17/18 years); Tertiary non-university education(17/18 – 20/21years). Inclusive individual/groups/classes Raport students/teachers = 3,62
  16. 16. Structure of Romanian Educational System Age Grade ISCED Educational levels Qalification levels Type 19 6 5 Post-graduate education Higher education and Post graduate education 5 4 Post-compulsory Higher education 4 Tertiary non-university education Post-upper secondary education 3 18 XIII 3 Lyceum higher cycle Upper secondary education 3 17 XII Lyceum higher cycle 16 XI Completion year 2 15 X 2 Lyceum lower cycle Art and Trades School (VET) Lower secondary education 1 Compulsory 14 IX Gymnasium cycle - 13 VIII 12 VII 11 VI 1 10 V 9 IV Primary cycle Primary education 8 III 7 II 6 I 5 Prep. 0 Pre-school cycle Pre-school education 4 Middle 3 Beginner The highligh educational levels include special education
  17. 17. Romanian Special Need Education Physical Sensitive Mental DISABILITIES Associate Severe Middle Light
  18. 18. Târgu-Jiu Special School - mental disabilities- STRUCTURE Students =148 Pre-school cycle ; Primary cycle ; Gymnasium cycle ; Tertiary non-university education(17/18 – 20/21years : Turism & alimentation ;
  19. 19. Târgu-Jiu Special School - mental disabilities – T eaching staff ; P sychologist s; Speech therapy teachers; Kineto-therapy teacher; Educator- teachers; Support – teachers; P ersonnel auxiliary to the educational process ; A dministrative personnel . Staff = 90
  20. 20. Târgu-Jiu Special School - mental disabilities – CURRICULUM E a sy mental disabilities curriculum; Medium mental disabilities curriculum; Severe/associate mental disabilities curriculum; Accomodate curriculum; Individual/personal curriculum.
  21. 21. Târgu-Jiu Special School - mental disabilities – EDUCATIONAL & THERAPEUTIC ACTIVITIES Educational & psychic su p port ; Speech-therapy; Kineto-therapy; Pedagogic support; Counseling for students, teachers and parents; Home learning support.
  22. 22. Planning the intervention 1. Target: - Sensory – tactile, visual, auditory, gustatory knowledge - Correlation between sensory information 2. Objectives: To classify objects (to select, to separate, to zoom) To complete series (to recognize, draw similar elements, pair, match) To rebuild kits (think the subject entirely, trying successively) 3. Means, strategies, resources Achieving useful basic gestures To take, to place, to open, to close, to fill, to clear, to screw, to wrap, to gather, etc). 4. Terms 5. Results 6. Particular Recommendations
  23. 23. Thank you for your attention CECSI, Tg-Jiu, Romania [email_address]