The first mobility of the project „ Coping with students challenging behaviour“ took place in Estonia from 25- 28 November 2019, co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.
All involved schools in the project “Coping with students challenging behaviour” have a problem with students challenging behaviour and finding the right and working methods/approaches/techniques to prevent and cope with the task. Mobility to Pärnu Päikese School was one part to help to solve and decrease the problem.
This first transnational mobility involved twelve teachers/special educators/support staff and four days were planned for learning, teaching and training activities.
Activities included different open lessons, morning yoga class, presentation of Alternative and Augmentative Communication, a workshop about suitable apps for disabled children and workshop about mini robots Bee-Bot, visitation to Children and Youth Mental Health Care Centre of county of Pärnu and project team management meeting.
All activities in Pärnu Päikese School provided lasting benefits to participants. The main task of this mobility was to exchange good practices. By knowing and using new approaches/techniques are going to improve teaching process in participants institutions. This mobility gave participants experience, broadened their capacities and competences as experts in coping with students challenging behaviour.
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