SEN students
Saturday 21 February 2015 -
10:00 to 23:59
International Burch University, Sarajevo

How can we help teachers in their work with students who have different educational needs? What are the different educational needs? Which are necessary changes in the educational process? What can we learn from the experiences of the United Kingdom and the region, and what is applicable in Bosnia and Herzegovina?

British Council in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Centre for Lifelong Learning from Sarajevo, are organizing Conference Special Educational Needs for teachers, professors, representatives of institutions of higher education, the teaching staff and the main actors in the educational process, on Saturday, 21 February 2015, at the International Burch University.

During the years of our work with teachers it was evident that the majority of teachers believe that they need additional training in working with students with disabilities (learning disabilities, visual, auditory and physical impairment, attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder, autistic spectrum disorders, and etc..), with students with cross-cultural influence on differences in learning, gifted and talented students.

Our prominent speakers David Crabtree, Sally Farley and Noreen Caplen-Spence will present the experience of the previous practice work in the UK and worldwide. Participants will have a chance to meet each-other through workshops that will be conducted by EDUS and David Crabtree.

Conference video and lectures will be available after the event.