Inclusion will be common theme of the Educational fair
The Fair will again get together the leading specialists in training physically challenged children. Discussions on inclusive education best practices are always on the annual agenda of the MIEF.
Teachers, psychologists, and leaders of educational organizations, the specialists of corrective institutions and services will present the practices and examples of educating, socializing, rehabilitation, and employment of physically challenged children, teenagers and young people. Participating in the Fair manufacturers, and suppliers of corrective training equipment will present innovative solutions in diagnosing, rehabilitation, and training of physically challenged children to teachers and parents.
Throughout the Fair Vygotsky conference room will be the venue for the meetings between legislative and executive authorities and officials representing sports, art culture, business, medical, public, and educational organizations.
Every day of Inclusive Program will include an “academic hour” where the representatives of the Russian Educational Academy will deliver lectures on current issues of physically challenged children training.
A separate session will be on the latest developments carried out by the order of State Department of the State Policy on defending the rights of children under the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation. The companies who had received grants from the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation will publicly report on the implemented projects while the professional and business community representatives will learn how to use them in their activities.
“Education and socializing of physically challenged children is a complex issue to be addressed by the united efforts of all”, said Alexander Ezdov, the Supervisor of Business Program of MIEF Inclusive Education cluster. – I am glad that the Vygotsky conference room will be the venue for communication and maybe disputes among the experts of different walks of life involved in working with physically challenged children. The orchestrated efforts and professional views will help us lead the way to success in training of children.”