Dubai Inclusion Policy Framework: Making Inclusion Outstanding
Reading Center and Action Dyslexia introduce:
FREE WORKSHOP: Dubai Inclusion Policy Framework: Making Inclusion Outstanding
PART 1: DUBAI INCLUSIVE EDUCATION POLICY EXPLAINED
The presentation identifies key principles within the Dubai Inclusive Education Policy Framework (DIEPF) and benchmarks the eight strands against current inspection criteria. The goal: to highlight the path to outstanding inclusion.
We will explore inspection and compliance issues for school leaders and class teachers and offer related strategies and solutions.
- Focus on the eight strands of the DIEPF
- Match these strands against UAE Inspection Framework performance indicators
- Clarify the route to outstanding inclusion.
- Analyze in detail key compliance issues within each strand .
- Provide opportunities for participants to focus on and receive guidance in school-based issues.
PART 2: MAKING IT WORK IN THE CLASSROOM
- 3.10 ii. Ensure that a student’s education is primarily provided by classroom teachers and other educators within a common learning environment.
- 4.5viii. Ensure that classroom teachers and other educators working in an inclusive common learning environment will…. apply formative assessment, universal design for learning (UDL), differentiation and other learner centered activities, so that students can pursue and achieve curricular-based learning goals.
By the end of the presentation participants will be equipped to answer the key questions:
- How effective is our teaching, learning, monitoring, evaluation, and culture of inclusion at building the achievement of students with Special Educational Needs?
- How does our impact measure up in relation to ability?
- What evidence do we have to support our position?
- How can we use strategies within the universal design for learning to close the achievement gap?
Speaker: Neil MacKay – Inclusion Expert from UK
Neil MacKay is an internationally acclaimed inclusion expert and one of the most in-demand speaker/trainers helping bring teachers and parents together to support children who learn differently. As a consultant specialising in Dyslexia and other SEN issues Neil has worked with Education Departments of the UK, Hong Kong and Singapore, Jersey and Malta on teacher training and awareness initiatives, and delivered teacher training in Bangkok, Singapore, New Zealand, Australia, and Hong Kong. He is the International Consultant for the Dyslexia Foundation of New Zealand and launched the Kuwaiti Government’s Dyslexia Friendly Schools Initiative.