This project is financed by EEA funds during the period 2014 – 2021. The EEA and Norway Grants represent the contribution of Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway to reducing economic and social disparities and to strengthening bilateral relations with 15 EU countries.
How to reduce challenging behaviour at schools in context of child trauma experience
Project number: EHP-CZ-IN-1-001
Type of project: Institutional cooperation projects
Program provider: Dům zahraniční spolupráce www.dzs.cz/fondy-ehp
Realization period: 08/2019–08/2020
Partner institution: Norske Kvinners Sanitesforening Akershus Østbytunet,
Main solver: Česká odborná společnost pro inkluzivní vzdělávání, z.s
About the project:
Czech Professional Society for Inclusive Education (from the Czech Republic) and Center for Treatment and Professional Development in Mental Health Care Østbytunet (from Norway) will create a new programme for further education of the Czech teachers, special educators and school psychologists. This programme will support the pupils with challenging behavior. Project activities are the pilot of the training programme, training of the future lectors and seminars for the Czech teachers and students of faculties of education. The aim of the project is to support pupils with challenging behavior by development of professional skills of the Czech teachers.
United Nations educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) developed A Guide for Ensuring Inclusion and Equity in Education. The guide aims to support policy makers, senior staff, school staff, families and communities by reviewing current policies and practices and then deciding on actions to be taken.
It reacts to a high number of children (263 000 000) between 6 and 17 years who cannot attend school today.