Shaamilu Vehi- Capacity Development in Inclusive Education Tour concludes
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Under the Shaamilu Vehi initiative, the Department has recently wrapped up a capacity development tour titled “Shaamilu Vehi- Capacity Development in Inclusive Education Tour” for special educators of the Maldives in Malaysia. A combined number of 22 participants, including educators from schools across the nation and education development professionals from the Ministry of Education, Department of Inclusive Education, and National Institute of Education, actively participated in this tour. The 5-day training was conducted by University of Malaya.
Over the course of 5 intensive days, participants engaged in workshops, seminars, and interactive sessions that explored crucial topics pertaining to inclusive education. The training specifically highlighted early intervention strategies that facilitate the growth and development of students with diverse learning needs. Furthermore, educators were equipped with tools and techniques to effectively manage challenging behaviors among students, ensuring a conducive learning environment for all.
A notable aspect of the training was its emphasis on mental health within the context of inclusive education. With the understanding that students with special needs may have unique mental health challenges, educators were provided with insights and strategies to support the emotional well-being of their students. In addition, participants visited inclusive schools in Malaysia and observed their various programs.
The successful completion of the capacity development tour marked a significant milestone in the ongoing efforts to enhance inclusive education practices in the Maldives.