The fourth HUPE Split Branch meeting was held at Osnovna škola don Lovre Katića in Solin on March 16th, 2018.
The agenda included a 3-hour workshop titled Understanding approaches to inclusive learning.
The workshop was organised in cooperation with the British Council and run by Stephen Hindlaugh. Mr. Hindlaugh has been teaching for almost 30 years. His experience includes working in the learning support department of a secondary school in the UK. He has also been a tutor for the British Council’s online Special Educational Needs course and has been delivering face-to-face SEN workshops in Croatia.
SEN –related and cognitive learning needs were the focus of the workshop. The teachers explored their own attitudes to inclusion and how to find out more about their learners so that they can decide how to help them in the classroom. They were introduced to ten approaches to inclusion which represent a framework for good practice in teaching and learning.
This was an active and interactive workshop in which the participants got a chance to reflect on their own teaching and how to move towards a learning –centred classroom.
After the workshop all participants entered a prize draw to win an additional SEN online module.
Thank you all for coming and hope to see you at our next meeting in May!