Project: “Inclusive Me!”
The objective of this project is to exchange good practices in inclusive education. The project was created to enable students to observe peers from a culturally different environment, experience new situations with regards to travel, visiting a European country, establishing a friendship abroad and much more.
From this project the students gain a wide range of independent living skills like packing their clothes, boarding a plane and eating at a restaurant. Furthermore, students improve their self-confidence, learn how to cope with new situations and acquire a sense of belonging in a different country of their own.
Teacher Training – May 2018
Students practising Independent Living Skills in Malta
Polish students visiting Malta – October 2018
Maltese students visiting Poland – December 2018
Maltese students visiting Poland – March 2019
Educators serving at Guardian Angel Resource Centre met together to evaluate this project’s results. During this activity they discussed ways how to improve student’s mobilities and listed the good practices that they have seen throughout the project. In addition the group recognized those learners who benefited most from this project and proposed ideas on how to make this project more significant to those learners with the most severe learning difficulties. In addition the first booklet that showcases students’ participation in Independent living skills classes was presented to all the staff.