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EUPALT - Life Long Learning Project
European Passport for the Education of Therapists/Teachers Working with People with Dyslexia
Partners (institutional) name Siauliai University
Responsible person (for the project) Lina Milteniene
Address Vilniaus st. 88, LT- 76285, Siauliai, Lithuania
Homepage http://www.su.lt
Main area of work concerning dyslexia and early childhood intervention Siauliai University, Faculty of Social Welfare and Disability Studies is the main academic institution in LT initiating and implementing research in the field of ECI, providing study modules in ECI, Special Needs Education for BA and MA students, providing PhD studies, providing specialised courses for professionals working with persons having dyslexia and in ECI, participating in ECI, inclusive education projects (European Agency in Development of Special Needs Education, 2004-2005, 2009-2010; 2009-2011; LLL projects EBIFF, PRECIOUS etc.), working as an experts, contributing to development of curriculum in ECI and profile for inclusive teachers.
Former or present other project activities Siauliai University took part in LLL projects EBIFF and PRECIOUS as well as in European Agency for Development in Special Needs Education projects: “Early Childhood Intervention”, “Teacher Education for Inclusion”; at present is a partner in the LLL project ECI2.0 and EUPALT
What else is important and one should know about this institution Siauliai University, Faculty of Social Welfare and Disability Studies, is an academic institution active in the research,professional training, development and implementation of innovation in the field of social welfare, disability studies, special needs education, inclusive education, speech therapy, early childhood intervention etc., cooperating with policy makers, practitioners, parents at national and international levels.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. © 2011-2018 by EUPALT Project
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