Inclusion of students with disabilities, teacher training 25 hours, towards the deadline of 30 March

Do Education on the inclusion of disabled students is mandatory by law – we remind you – and includes the preparation of courses 25 hoursto guarantee all students high educational and learning standards, to foster a climate of inclusion in the classroom, in increasingly heterogeneous contexts and in the presence of minors with even significant disability experiences.

Do Deadline conducting training courses is approaching: the ministry has extended after the first deadline of 30 November March 30, 2022with the possibility of Report of 15 April. Are these deadlines peremptory? Not necessarily. According to school technology sources, the ministry could also launch the training initiative for next school year, as the importance of training on inclusion not only for the professional growth of the individual, but for that of each school as a community. educate.


In addition, many school principals have difficulty in co-opting their teachers: too many professional commitments and excessive bureaucracy naturally create resistance to this type of updating activity and therefore it will probably take longer for all teachers to train.

What to study?

What do teachers need to study? On the one hand the recent Health paradigms describe the health condition of the boy or girl, from a systemic perspective (bio-psycho-social); on the other, i didactic models traditionally more widely, to be implemented by exploiting their integrative potential.

It becomes equally fundamental to connect the curriculum with individual didactic plans, in the perspective of Universal design for learningat design, methodological, practical, evaluative level, to improve the responsibility and collegial operations of teachers.

The course for the individual teacher and the package for schools

Zum Thema Inclusionwith Focus on Disabilityof Cours e-Learning Scholastic inclusion of students with disabilities organized by School of Technologya training institute accredited by the Ministry of Education.

The course consists of 25 hours divided into 16 hours of video lessons in mode asynchronous, 8 hours of activity on the platform Self-Training with the opportunity to engage with coaches through a Forum, 1 Hour Test Evaluation.
It will be possible to ask deep questions in a special forum, active for 30 days of registration.


The modules of the course

Reading and interpreting the diagnostic documentation
– 2 hours
Dr. Alessandro Mariani

  • Know the main disability classification systems (ICD, DSM, ICF)
  • Know the main types of disabilities
  • Know how to read and understand diagnostic documents

Activities – 2 hours

  • Analysis of diagnosis / operation profiles
  • Application of ICF indications for student observation in the classroom context

Normative references – 1 hour
Prof. Katia Perdichizzi

  • United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (2006)
  • UN 2015, Sustainable objectives (2/3 objectives) and disability and acquisition in Europe
  • n. 104 of 5 February 1992 and DPR of 24 February 1994
  • Regulations on specific learning disabilities: L. n. 170/2010 and Implementation Decree no. 5669 and Guidelines July 12, 2011
  • Regulation on special needs: Ministerial Decree of 27 December 2012; CM n. March 8, 2013; Minister’s note of 27 November 2013
  • Law no. 66/2017 (Procedures and Documents; Operating Profile)

Quality criteria including pedagogical-didactic planning – 5 hours
Prof. Marisa Pavone

  • The inclusive potential of the most widespread pedagogical-didactic planning models: by objectives, by skills and by integration of background
  • The Design Universal design for learning (UDL)
  • Principles and tools for inclusive formative assessment

Activities – 2 hours

  • Provides links between classroom programming and IEP

Special lessons – 4 hours
Prof. Marisa Pavone and Prof Rosa Bellacicco

  • The profile of the inclusive teacher
  • The didactic differentiation in the classroom
  • Notes on the Inclusion Index

Special lessons – 4 hours
Examples of references concerning the different levels of the school: childhood, primary, secondary and high school

Primary school – Prof. Katia Perdichizzi
Primary school – Prof. Katia Perdichizzi
Secondary School – Prof. Remo Ughetto
Secondary High School – Prof. Marco Guastavigna

  • ICF and Student Observation and Context: Creating Checklist
  • Including methodological approach
  • UdL design and experimentation including curriculum: Link between curriculum and IEP

Laboratory activities to be conducted independently on the basis of operational ideas and materials provided by teachers through a special forum – 4 hours

  • Creation of Checklist Observation of students
  • Including didactic practices

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