TEDI- Teacher Empowerment for Disability Inclusion
The TEDI project (headed by the University of Cape Town in partnership with Christoffel-Blinden Mission) and co-funded by the European Union aims to empower teachers to provide quality education for learners with severe or profound sensory of intellectual impairments through training that is focused on inclusivity, diversity and addressing learners’ disability specific needs.
In doing this TEDI is developing short, face-to-face courses and accompanying online courses (MOOCs) for educators, focusing on the following areas: disability studies in education, the education and care of learners with severe to profound intellectual disabilities, teaching learners with visual impairment, and teaching learners who are D/deaf or hard of hearing.
3rd Symposium on Teacher Education for Inclusion on the 10th of July 2018 at the Emerald Resort & Casino 777 Frikkie Meyer Blvd, Vanderbijlpark
TEDI Final Colloquium 21st-23rd August 2019: This final colloquium aims to bring together stakeholders on the Teaching and Learning Development Capacity Improvement Programme (TLDCIP) projects to share their experience, research and suggestions for the landscape of teacher education to meet the needs of children with profound disabilities who have special educational needs that require additional support.
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