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The fourth training session of the I-Game project

🌟 Reflecting on our incredible experience last week in Arad, Romania, part of our I-Game Project. The fourth LTTA (Learning, Teaching, and Training Activity), named “Needs for Special Education,” brought together the other 3 project partners: Asociatia Share Education, Archon Studio, Challedu and our local partner, Integra Arad Ong, who welcomed us into their space. πŸ πŸ’–

πŸ™Œ Our hearts are in the field of gratitude: huge thanks to all involved – trainers, professionals, and the incredible individuals with intellectual disabilities. We met to create a more inclusive, understanding, and supportive educational landscape. Let’s continue this journey of learning and growth! 🌈🌟

πŸ“š Some of the training Insights:

🀝The meeting started with our Romanian partner – ShareEducation, introducing the nuances of training individuals with intellectual disabilities. Learning about methodologies applied in Romania and Arad was eye-opening! We are excited to incorporate these valuable approaches into our practices and to make our board games more inclusive and easy to adjust for special educational needs.

πŸ’‘We engaged in discussions on creating adjustments for people with intellectual disabilities, emphasizing inclusivity with a powerful answer to the need to tailor education to every unique learner.

πŸ‘¨β€πŸ«Meeting dedicated professionals, including speech therapists and counselors from schools and INTEGRA personnel, was enlightening. Their insights on inclusive procedures will undoubtedly reshape our approach. πŸ€πŸ”

🎲 Playing board games and interacting with individuals with intellectual disabilities was heartwarming. Their perspectives and experiences are invaluable, reminding us of the importance of fostering social connections. πŸ§‘πŸ€—

πŸ”—This training has transformed our perspective, and we look forward to integrating these learnings into our organization’s activities. From cultural visits to playtesting the SOUP GAME and playing board games adapted to people with special needs, the impact was profound! πŸš€πŸŽ‰