School of tutors
Joint course with Kazakhstan National Pedagogical University
8 weeks of intensive work
All lessons are recorded and available online
You will receive a diploma at the end of the course
Learn how to effectively guide and step by step develop any child (with special educational needs and normotypic). We will train you to work with children’s team, in order to maximize their communication skills, creativity, engaging in the processes of development, games, learning. You will create a real inclusive community within your project.
Our practicing specialists will help you supplement your skills of working with special children with knowledge that is not included in university curricula. You will work out your skills in practice, complete an internship, and get a portfolio case. You will be able to work in a popular specialty and earn money already during training
You will be able, like no one else, to help your child develop and adapt in society as comfortably and quickly as possible.
You will be able to create individual development trajectories for school teachers and clearly understand how to evaluate the effectiveness at each stage of development.
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👉🏻 Listen to a theoretical course with feedback
👉🏻 Participation in workshops (8 pcs)
👉🏻 Practice in Foundation projects
Директор Общественного фонда “Центр социальных инклюзивных программ”
Руководитель направления Мама+ребенок и Импульс, группа малышей
- general basics
- didactics (theory of education)
- theory of education
- school studies (fundamentals of management and organization of educational institutions).
Teachers: refresh the basics of pedagogy in order to effectively integrate a new trend into them – inclusive education
Relatives of special children: to find effective tools to include a special child in an ordinary team, to make sure that children help each other. And also organize a friendly environment for the child in the family, if the child is home-schooled, so that he applies the acquired knowledge and skills.
Students: to gain basic knowledge in the field of pedagogy, which will allow you to experiment effectively and make professional discoveries
General psychology, age psychology
1) general theoretical (questions of the emergence and development of the psyche, and questions of the formation and promotion of psychology as a science — the history of psychology)
2) psychology of cognitive processes (sensation and perception, memory and attention, thinking and speech, imagination);
3) psychology of regulatory processes (emotions, motivation and volition);
4) personality psychology.
5) Psychology of preschool age
6) Psychology of an elementary school student
7) Psychology of a middle school student
8) Psychology of a high school student
9) Psychology of the parent
10) Psychology of a parent of a crisis child
11) What is burnout
12) Stress and ways of mastering a stressful situation
We talked about general pedagogy in the last module, and now we will supplement this knowledge with information about the psychological characteristics inherent in each age.
Teachers: every professional knows that academic performance depends on the age characteristics and character of the child. To learn new trends, to understand how to use the stubbornness of that “difficult adolescence” to dive into the depth of causes and consequences of child’s behavior – all this can be done in the process of studying this module.
Parents: it seems that we know our child well. But throughout his life so many changes happen to him that sometimes you can’t keep up with them. Knowledge of general and age psychology will allow you to respond to these changes in time and better understand the your child and children around him
Students: in order to create new approaches in pedagogy, it is necessary, to firstly focus on communication between students. This module will allow you to masterfully understand the subtleties of different age student’s psychology.
Educational work and school hygiene
1) Determination of children’s readiness to study at school.
2) Features of mental work. Mental and physical performance of the child.
3) Fatigue, its physiological essence and diagnosis. Pedagogical foundations of overcoming early fatigue.
4) Organization of educational work at school according to the principles of inclusivity
5) Inclusive sports
School is not only an academic process. This is the whole life of a child, because it is here that he learns to build relationships, here, as a rule, he makes his first discoveries, sometimes makes friends for life. Therefore, it is important that the school be a safe place for the child from a psychological point of view.
Teachers: it is not difficult to organize a school holiday where all the children are normal typical people. But how to include a child with special needs in such a holiday? How to find your social role? What needs to be done to ensure the involvement of children and benefit the school team?
Parents: you will learn how to start helping your child and the entire school team to become truly inclusive in this module. You will know how can you be useful in organizing school activities and why it benefits your child
Students: you will increase your professionalism by skillfully combining the understanding and organization of educational work at school with the academic process. Children in your classes will develop in an environment of harmony and empathy
Regulatory and legal support of psychological and pedagogical sustenance for children with Special educational needs
The Law on Education: in simple words
Organization of psychological and pedagogical service at school
School policies. Management in inclusive education
During the organization of the school process, it is important to understand what teachers and parents have the right to, as well as to know how to protect the rights of all participants in the educational process and what opportunities can be used to do everything as efficiently as possible.
Teachers: knowing the documents, you can easily set up the learning process and solve difficult situations very quickly
Parents: you will be able to protect the rights of your children by understanding which documents regulate inclusive education. and you will also know where and to whom to contact for the resources you need
Students: you will be able to organize the process correctly and avoid common mistakes, if you know which documents to use
Autism spectrum disorder, Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
Autism spectrum disorder: general concepts
– what is inherent only in this diagnosis
– how to organize interest and inclusion
– the role of parents in the process of child development
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: general concepts
ADHD: types, signs
ADHD: physiological characteristics
ADHD: How to organize interest and Inclusion
ADHD: the role of the parent in the child’s development process
we have studied the basics of pedagogy, psychology, we know about the structure of the school as an educational environment, it’s time to dive deeper into the study of the features of certain diagnoses and conditions. This will allow you to work not with symptoms, but with causes, which significantly expands the range of your pedagogical capabilities
Based on the results of studying this module, you will learn what is the reason for the unusual behavior of a child with autism, how to help him understand and be understood, how to explain to the children around how you can help him. You will also learn what attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is and will be able to build an educational and leisure process in such a way as to develop a child with special needs and at the same time the rest of the class is also in the complex.
Down syndrome, mental retardation
1) Down syndrome: general concepts
2) DS: physiological characteristics
4) DS: how to organize interest and inclusion
5) DS: the role of the parent in the child’s development process
6) Mental retardation: general concepts
7) MR: types, signs
8) MR: physiological characteristics
9) MR: how to organize interest and inclusion
10) MR: the role of the parent in the child’s development process
For everyone: the first country where a person with Down syndrome received higher education is Spain. And this proves how well the education system is built there. Thanks to this module, you can become a specialist who will repeat the success of Spanish teachers and give a chance to many children with Down syndrome.
And you will also be able to organize an effective learning environment for children with mental retardation, which will allow many of them to fully develop and socialize.
Cerebral palsy, post-traumatic stress disorder
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: general concepts
Cerebral palsy: types, signs
Cerebral palsy: physiological characteristics
Cerebral palsy: how to organize interest and inclusion
Cerebral palsy: the role of a parent in the development of a child
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD): general concepts
PTSD: types, signs
PTSD: physiological characteristics
PTSD: How to organize interest and inclusion
PTSD: the role of the parent in the child’s development process
For everyone: children with cerebral palsy may have preserved intelligence. Leonardo Da Vinci, Christopher Nolan. Your students can add to this number of talented people. Or just become happy people. And also to help children who have suffered stress. A child is not always ready to learn and be successful after stress. It is during this period that he needs a properly organized environment and competent support.
Individual learning trajectory of children with special educational needs
How do group methods of work and individual development of a child combine
How to diagnose a child to create an individual trajectory
The child’s route – how to make it and how to fit it into the team’s route
Analysis and adjustment of the route in the process
The roles of all participants in the implementation of an individual learning trajectory
For everyone: you will discover for yourself from the results of studying this module what resources are needed to create a personal development route for a child. And then, effectively develop the child moving along this route, together with teachers, psychologists and parents.
Effective teaching methods in inclusive practice
1) Principles of inclusive education
2) Group methods
4) Inclusion of parents
5) Field lessons
Puzzling together the knowledge about the school structure and diagnoses we can move on to teaching methods and assemble our own tools.
Teachers: after studying this module you will understand that an inclusive lesson is more diverse, interesting lesson, because it requires us to take into account the characteristics of a wide variety of children. It is always a pedagogical challenge and new opportunities for creativity.
Parents: after studying this module you will understand how the teacher tries to include your child to the lesson, what tools he uses. And, most importantly, you will learn how you could be useful to your child in gaining knowledge and skills, including in the process of home schooling.
Students: modern education is inclusive education. Inclusive means to include all children, regardless of the presence or absence of special features. Due to study of this module, you will gain fundamentally new knowledge about the organization of the educational process, you will be able to conduct lessons yourself. It will allow you to improve your pedagogical skills.
Criteria-based assessment of children with Special educational needs
1) The role of evaluation. What do we evaluate when using an individual development trajectory
2) Taxonomies: what is it and how to apply it
3) Educational goals, how to “juggle” them in favor of the child
4) How to make an individual test paper
5) How to apply group methods of work to conduct control work
You have built a lesson. And what’s next? How to assess whether the lesson was effective, whether you managed to achieve your goals? About this – in our module.
Teachers: assessment is the most difficult item in inclusive education. How to learn to evaluate without comparing? In this module we will analyze how to develop and apply individual criteria to a child with special needs and how to help him develop.
Parents: can my special child get an A, parents are wondering. Of course! And it will be his own mastery, based on the criteria of his own dynamics. In this section, you will learn how inclusive education teachers organize this process.
Students: In this module you will learn how to develop assessment criteria for children with special educational needs, how to apply them and how to use them to make your class successful
Features of the updated training program in the context of inclusive practice
What is the difference between the updated training program and the usual one, how can you creatively approach the tasks and evaluate the student’s results.
How to use the benefits of the updated program in the interests of an inclusive class.
It is necessary to know how the education system works now in order to speak the same language. Studying this topic will allow you to combine the efforts of teachers, parents, specialists and apply various methods in the interests of child development.
Teachers: the updated program allows you to create a lesson in which children with different levels of perception and thinking can be included. This is what you will learn more about from this module. We will study together how to use the updated program for inclusion purposes.
Parents: it is much easier for you to help your child master new knowledge and skills when you know what topics your child is going through, what tasks, what goals the teacher sets. This is what we want to teach you in this module.
Students: You will be able to conduct interesting lessons for any student audience by studying the updated program and its application in inclusive education.
Diagnostic methods in the work of the psychological and pedagogical service at school
Lesson after lesson, lesson after lesson – and here it is, your educational process is moving. It is so interesting to study the dynamics of your students, mark episodes of success, adapt the methods used. we will teach you in this module to diagnose the situation and use pedagogical techniques depending on reality.
Teachers: you will be able to select diagnostic methods for students based on the results of the studied module. You will understand how the psychological and pedagogical service works. You will learn how to diagnose yourself and choose the most effective solution based on the results.
Parents: you will be able to diagnose your child yourself, use the techniques and methods that suit him, discuss with teachers and school specialists how the development is going and participate in it as a partner of the process.
Students: you will learn how to diagnose students and select new effective methods that will allow them to learn the material even better.
International experience of inclusive education
And how everything works in other countries, we always think, starting something new. Are there any other such schools in the world? And what can you learn? This is what you will learn in this module.
for everyone: you will learn more about how students with special educational needs are taught in different countries, get acquainted with the practice of enthusiastic teachers, get new impressions and get inspired.
Interesting cases from international practice
Code of Ethics for accompanying a Child with Special Needs
Rules and ethical standards
Interaction with parents
The role of a sports tutor
The role of a creative tutor
The role of a tutor in education
The difference between a tutor and other specialties
Any process should be guided by ethical standards. And it is so important to know them and be able to use them. About this – in our latest module.
for everyone: knowledge of the code of ethics when accompanied by a special child will allow you to avoid awkward and conflict situations.