\Through an agreement, a total of 80 pieces of training will be carried out in educational centres of the Balearic Islands.
Training courses for teachers and families of students with learning disabilities
\ With the aim of providing them with sufficient knowledge to eliminate the barriers faced by students with learning disabilities.
\24 training sessions have already taken place and the rest will take place over the course of this academic year.
The Department of Education and Vocational Training and the Dyslexia and Family Association (DISFAM) collaborate through an agreement for the training of teachers and families of students with specific educational support needs due to learning disorders, in order to provide an appropriate educational response and reduce situations of distress caused by these disorders.
Today the General Director of Early Childhood, Innovation and Educational Community, Amanda Fernandez and the Vice President of DISFAM, Araceli Salas, held a follow-up meeting on this agreement.
Currently, DISFAM has already carried out 24 of these training, 16 of which have been done in centres in Mallorca and 6 in Menorca. For the 2022-2023 academic year, a total of 80 training sessions are planned, 64 in Mallorca, 10 in Menorca and 6 in Ibiza and Formentera.
The beneficiaries of this agreement will be students with specific educational support needs associated with learning disorders through training for teachers at publicly funded schools in the Balearic Islands and the families affected.
Training to eliminate barriers
The aim of the agreement is to train teachers and families in educational intervention for students with learning disabilities. The target group of the agreement will be teachers and families in Infant, Primary and Compulsory Secondary Education at publicly funded educational centres, with the aim of providing them with sufficient knowledge to eliminate the barriers faced by pupils with learning difficulties.