Seduc promotes seminar to train teachers and educators on the rights of persons with disabilitiesThe goal is to train teachers and educators on the rights of persons with disabilities in the educational inclusion process.
The programming of the National Week Person with Disabilities, the Government of Amazonas, through the State Secretariat for Education and Teaching Quality (Seduc), He started the 8th Eighth Special Education Seminar, on the afternoon of Tuesday, 23 of August. The purpose of the event is to train teachers and educators on the rights of persons with disabilities in the educational inclusion process so as to achieve all the student community and the general population.
"The idea is to show for professionals in the education the size of the importance of working the inclusion of carriers students with disabilities in mainstream education", He explained the manager of the Customer Specific Education of Seduc, Malenice Selerno.
During or event, educators attended the lectures "High skills and giftedness" and "Professional Education and Inclusion of People with Disabilities: the experience of IFAM ", taught, respectively, by Professor Dr. Andrezza Belota and by Professor Dr. Dalmir Pacheco. no day 24, Seminar schedules will continue with the other lectures and a workshop.
visually impaired, Professor Daniel Fernandes knows the difficulty faced by students with special needs and the benefits brought by the inclusion in public education, as he had the state education for their training. Today, it gives Braille classes, mathematics and even computers for the blind.
"The State and the aid were essential to my development. At the beginning, I faced great difficulties in adaptation, because teachers and even schools refused to teach, but all this has changed with the government's initiative and today I can be part of this change, teaching others in the same condition that I ", says teacher.
currently, the Seduc is responsible for serving 1.725 students in public schools of formal education and specific of capital, e 2.275 students in educational units in the state.
The Seduc has worked, also, with the inclusion of special students in conventional schools, favoring their greatest role in society.
Held by Special Educational Service Management, It has specific care schools for students with special needs in schools Augusto Carneiro (for deaf students); Joana Rodrigues (for blind students and low vision); Diofanto Vieira (for students with intellectual disabilities and Down syndrome) and Manoel Marcal (for students with autism and multiple disabilities).