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Tempus CD-JEP-26171-2005 “Multihandicapped People and Inclusive Education”

PEN-International

Tempus CD-JEP-26171-2005 “Multihandicapped People and Inclusive Education”

Goal
The project is aimed at establishment of inclusive education system for young people with multiple disabilities and providing training opportunities for the staff involved.

Integration of children with disabilities into general education classrooms is a challenge that calls for new knowledge and skills related to teaching people with different educational needs.

Currently, implementation of the inclusive education model in Russia is hindered by different obstacles: insufficient legislative base of inclusive education, lack of teaching methodologies and resources, insufficient competence of staff, and psychological barriers in the society are among them.

Participants
Astrakhan State University (Astrakhan, Russia)
Technical University of Lisbon (Lisbon, Portugal)
National Institute for Education and Research on Training
Institut national superieur de formation et de recherche pour l'education des jeunes handicapes et les enseignements adaptes – INS HEA (Suresnes, France)
Novosibirsk State Technical University, Institute of Social Rehabilitation (Novosibirsk, Russia)
Lomonosov Pomor State University (Arkhangelsk, Russia)
Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia (Saint-Petersburg, Russia)
Humboldt University (Berlin, Germany)

Coordinator
Jack Sagot, Professor, INS HEA (Suresnes, France)

Project Activities

  • Education for young people with disabilities: analysis of the situation in the four Russian regions chosen for the project.
  • Building a team of 24 Russian teachers (from universities and other educational institutions); development of elective courses; creation, implementation and assessment of means for teaching and supporting students with disabilities.
  • Development of 4 variants of specialized and optional courses (72 hours each) to be implemented in 4 cities of Russia.
  • Changing community’s attitudes to people with disabilities through mass media and associations of parents of handicapped children; establishment of a network for people with disabilities from the 4 regions.

Role of NSTU
NSTU shares its considerable experience in implementation of inclusion principles in Siberia through professional training and retraining courses, seminars, round tables and workshops. Its activities can serve as the basis for legislative initiatives on inclusive education.

Project Events at NSTU

2009

June 1-6, 2009 – International Conference “Inclusive Education in Europe and Russia: Experience, Problems and Future Perspectives”
Photo report

 

PEN-International

The Postsecondary Education Network-International (PEN-International) funded by The Nippon Foundation of Japan aims at improving and expanding postsecondary education for deaf and hard-of-hearing students around the world by sharing educational technology and conducting faculty development and training.

Vision
The goals for PEN-International are to train faculty for improving, teaching and learning, to apply innovative instructional technologies to the teaching/learning environment, to provide state-of-the-art equipment to international partners, to promote program self-sufficiency, and to expand career opportunities for deaf and hard-of-hearing students. PEN-International's vision is to assist partner institutions in the move from importers to self-sufficiency to exporters of knowledge and skills within their respective home countries. Establishing an international network is the first step in achieving this end.

Goal
The long-term goal of the project is to influence attitudes, practices and policies in the information technology industry so that people who are deaf and hard of hearing are not blocked from access to technology or employment in the industry.

Participants
This international partnership unites universities of Japan, the USA, Russia, China, Vietnam, the Philippines, Korea, Czech Republic, and Thailand.

Head Institutions

  • National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT NTID, Rochester, NY, USA)
  • Tsukuba College of Technology (TCT, Tsukuba, Japan)
  • Tianjin University of Technology (TUT, Tianjin, China)
  • Bauman Moscow State Technical University (Bauman MSTU, Moscow, Russia)
  • Academy of Management “TISBI” (Kazan, Tatarstan, Russia)
  • Institute of Social Rehabilitation, Novosibirsk State Technical University (ISR NSTU, Novosibirsk, Russia)
  • Vladimir State University (VSU, Vladimir, Russia)

Program Director
James DeCaro, professor of RIT NTID, USA

PEN-Russia
PEN-Russia is an integral part of PEN-International. It was established to enhance collaboration of Russian universities and colleges with educational institutions worldwide in order to meet educational needs of deaf and hard-of-hearing students.

Participation of ISR NSTU in Project Events
Project events include international conferences, research seminars, workshops, videoconferences, visits to partner universities.

September 11-13, 2009 – PEN-International Business Meeting (PEN-China, Changchun University, China)
Project leaders discussed interim results of educational programs in partner universities, future perspectives of the project, funding issues and the state-of-art of professional education for the deaf in China.
Gennady Sergeevich Ptushkin, Director of ISR NSTU, spoke about NSTU as a regional centre of innovative technologies for training deaf students.
The meeting helped ISR NSTU to establish partner relations with universities of China.

Further information about the event on the web site of PEN-International

June 4, 2007 – Novosibirsk International Seminar on Deafness at Novosibirsk State Technical University
200+ educators from across Siberia and from other countries took part in the seminar. RIT Vice President Hurwitz and NTID's PEN-International Director DeCaro were invited as key speakers.

Further information about the event on the web site of PEN-International

May 18-21, 2005 – Visit of PEN-International to Novosibirsk
A delegation from Bauman Moscow State Technical University (NSTU), The Nippon Foundation, and PEN-International visited Novosibirsk State Technical University and met with the Governor of Novosibirsk Oblast to discuss the opportunities of establishing PEN-Russia.

Further information about the event on the web site of PEN-International

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