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“Schools for All” as educational reform
“Schools for All” as educational reform
„The child needs to live (namely live) well in the school and to grow
„The child needs to live (namely live) well in the school and to grow
„Every person is a primary autonomous value
„Every person is a primary autonomous value
“The main goal of educational reform is an independent and creative
“The main goal of educational reform is an independent and creative
Abraham Harold Maslow 1908-1970
Abraham Harold Maslow 1908-1970
Abraham Harold Maslow 1908-1970
Abraham Harold Maslow 1908-1970
Abraham Harold Maslow 1908-1970
Abraham Harold Maslow 1908-1970
Abraham Harold Maslow 1908-1970
Abraham Harold Maslow 1908-1970
Abraham Harold Maslow 1908-1970
Abraham Harold Maslow 1908-1970
Abraham Harold Maslow 1908-1970
Abraham Harold Maslow 1908-1970
Abraham Harold Maslow 1908-1970
Abraham Harold Maslow 1908-1970
Abraham Harold Maslow 1908-1970
Abraham Harold Maslow 1908-1970
Abraham Harold Maslow 1908-1970
Abraham Harold Maslow 1908-1970
Achievements of 8th graders of Lithuania in IEA TIMSS
Achievements of 8th graders of Lithuania in IEA TIMSS
New generation of textbooks 2005
New generation of textbooks 2005
New generation of textbooks 2005
New generation of textbooks 2005
New generation of textbooks 2005
New generation of textbooks 2005
New generation of textbooks 2005
New generation of textbooks 2005
Small secrets of Lithuanian success
Small secrets of Lithuanian success
Small secrets of Lithuanian success
Small secrets of Lithuanian success
Small secrets of Lithuanian success
Small secrets of Lithuanian success
Small secrets of Lithuanian success
Small secrets of Lithuanian success
Small secrets of Lithuanian success
Small secrets of Lithuanian success
Small secrets of Lithuanian success
Small secrets of Lithuanian success
Small secrets of Lithuanian success
Small secrets of Lithuanian success
Small secrets of Lithuanian success
Small secrets of Lithuanian success
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1“Schools for All” as educational 13The Law on Special Education 1998 (persons
reform. Ri?ardas Ali?auskas, Head of with SEN are children and adults, who
Bureau for Strategic Programs 27-09-2011. because of congenital or acquired
2„The child needs to live (namely live) impairments have limited opportunities of
well in the school and to grow spiritually participating in the educational process
and physically. All the curricula and and social life) Law on Education 1998
methods must be adjusted to him.“ 1988. (recognition of SEN by the school SEN
Meil? Luk?ien? (1913-2009). Photo by V. commission or by the PPS) Ministry Orders
Jonynien? 2000, 2002 (10 categories of impairments).
3„Every person is a primary autonomous 14Priorities 1998. Strategy 2003. All
value.“ “The person maturates through the students with special educational needs
culture.” “Concrete i.e. national culture until age 21 as % of total number of
is the foundation of the education general education students. II III. Data
system.” Concept of National School, 1988. source: Education management information
4“The main goal of educational reform system.
is an independent and creative individual, 15Achievements of 8th graders of
whose full potential emerges in school.” Lithuania in IEA TIMSS. Priorities 1998. I
“Education is the totality of necessary II III.
conditions for the individual to 16Priorities 1998. Strategy 2003. 98
creatively express his natural abilities (0,4). Lithuania. 99 (0,3). Achievers of
in the adoption and development of IEA PIRLS reading literacy low (400)
culture.” “Principles of Lithuanian benchmark, %. Achievers of IEA PIRLS
Education – Humanism, Democracy, reading literacy low (400) benchmark, %.
In-culturing, Renewal.” Achievers of IEA PIRLS reading literacy
http://www.smm.lt/en/legislation/docs/Gene low (400) benchmark, %. 2001. Country.
al_concept_of_education_in_Lithuania_1992. 2006. 99 (0,3). Netherlands. 99 (0,2). 97
df. (0,6). Hong Kong. 99 (0,2). ? Alberta
5Abraham Harold Maslow 1908-1970. (Canada). 99 (0,2). ? Luxemburg. 99 (0,2).
Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi 1746-1827. Carl ? Belgium (Flemish). 99 (0,2). 99 (0,4).
Ransom Rogers 1902-1987. Wilhelm Dilthey Latvia. 98 (0,4). 98 (0,3). Sweden. 98
1833-1911. Vilius Storosta Vyd?nas (0,4). 97 (0,6). Italy. 98 (0,4). 96
1868-1953. Stasys ?alkauskis 1886-1941. (0,6). Ontario (Canada). 98 (0,5). 96
Antanas Maceina 1908-1987. Vytautas (1,2). Russia. 98 (0,5). ? Br. Columbia
Ma?ernis 1921-1944. Antanas ?erk?nas (Canada). 98 (0,3). ? Austria. 98 (0,4).
1903-1966. 90 (1,4). Singapore. 97 (0,4). 98 (0,3).
6Changing vocabulary and legislation. Hungary. 97 (0,5). 97 (0,4). Germany. 97
Integration of children with special (0,3). 98 (0,4). Quebec (Canada). 97
educational needs (SEN) into mainstream (0,4). ? Denmark. 97 (0,4). ? Chinese
classes. Detection of pupils with special Taipei. 97 (0,4). 94 (0,7). USA. 96 (0,6).
educational needs and establishment of 95 (0,6). France. 96 (0,4). ? Nova Scotia
special education staff in the schools. (Canada). 96 (0,4). 95 (0,9). Bulgaria. 95
Other structural inclusive reforms. (1,0). ? International Median. 94. 89
Establishment of a wide network of (0,2). International Avg. 90 (0,2).
pedagogical psychological services (PPSs). 17Priorities 1998. Strategy 2003. Number
New textbooks. All schools for all. of general education pupils per one
Broader understanding of special specialist (special pedagogue, speech
educational needs. Concept 1992. therapist, social pedagogue,
Priorities 1998. Strategy 2003. psychologist). II III. Data source:
7Changing vocabulary and understanding. Education management information system.
Concept 1992. defectology corrective 18Priorities 1998. Strategy 2003.
education invalid uneducable. Special Additional funding to SEN students’
education Child with special educational basket, %. II III.
needs (SEN). 19The 3-level Model of Special
8Legislation (1). Concept 1992. 1. Law Pedagogical and Psychological Assistance.
on Education 1991 Children with severe and Strategy 2003. A School level: initial
profound dysfunctions become educable 2. detection of a student’s problem,
The Law on the Social Integration of the assessment and provision A local
Disabled 1991 The disabled have the same Pedagogical Psychological Service:
rights to work, study and train as other assessment and evaluation, recommendations
residents of Lithuania. 3. Lithuania’s for further education and provision (from
Constitution (1992) Every child must 24 in 2003 to 53 in 2005) National Centre
attend compulsory education until 16 years for Special Needs Education and Psychology
of age. (established in 1996).
9Legislation (2). Concept 1992. 4. The 20Legislation (5). Strategy 2003. State
Act of Special Educational Provision for Education Strategy 2003–2012 and the Law
Children with SEN in Mainstream on Education 2003: To ensure accessibility
Educational Institutions (1993): Pupils of all school types to learners with SEN
with SEN can attend: mainstream class, at environment that meets their needs Law
following the mainstream curriculum, but on Education 2011: SEN – a need for
with special methods applied, or following assistance and services in education
a modified mainstream curriculum, or an process that occurs due to being
alternative curriculum, or individualized exceptionally gifted, having congenital or
education program partly in a mainstream, acquired disorders or disadvantages in
partly in a special class; at a special person’s surrounding.
class. 21Strategy 2003. III. Data sources:
10Concept 1992. Mentally retarded National Department of Statistics.
children in special (boarding) schools as 22New generation of textbooks 2005.
% of total number of general education Strategy 2003. Look like mainstream
students. I II III. Data sources: Ministry textbooks (cover, topics, stories,
of Education and Science National illustrations), but explanations and tasks
Department of Statistics. are different useful for all students, who
11Legislation (3) Other decisions for have learning difficulties.
promoting inclusion. Priorities 1998. 23The main challenges ahead. To ensure
Prolonging basic (lower secondary) that each graduate teacher has necessary
schooling from 9 to 10 years competencies for dealing with the diverse
Implementation of learning routes at upper student body To further develop a system
secondary level Gymnasia for all (not only of early detection of special educational
for the most successful pupils) needs To improve a System of Pedagogical
Implementation of Matura examination with Psychological Assistance for SEN learners
central evaluation Restructuring higher (10 resource centres) Further promotion of
education (non-university colleges, international cooperation and cooperation
bachelor and master degree studies, with other ministries and social partners.
fee-paying, etc.). 24Small secrets of Lithuanian success.
12Priorities 1998. I II III. Data National values Fans of inclusive
sources: National Department of education at the key positions Schools
Statistics. creativity. American Professional
13Legislation (4). Priorities 1998. Partnership for Lithuanian Education.
First classification of impairments 1995 Nordic Council of Ministers.
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